Leptospermum madidum ( Weeping Tea-tree )-Tube stock


It can grow up to 8 metres high, and usually flowers in July.
Where the tree occurs naturally, it is usually found along watercourses and in sandstone gorges, typically right beside the water.

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Leptospermum madidum is an attractive small weeping tree native to the Northern Territory.

The branches are beautifully pendulous, and the smooth bark peels off in curly strips.
The fresh bark is brownish pink, and then becomes creamy white.


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