Syzygium pseudofastigiatum is a tree with a dense crown; it can grow up to 35 metres tall.
Flowers are small, but the fruits are quite large and, fairly unusually for the Syzygium genus, white in colour.
They grow in clusters, and are about 2 cm high, with a diameter of 2.5–3.5 cm.
Because of its recent recognition and occurrence in sparsely populated areas, this species has not been used commercially.
It produces millable logs and could probably be sawn into structural timber.
A dense crowned tree that would be useful as an ornamental shade tree for parks and street plantings.
Flowers are small but the fruits are large and white.
Habitat : Well developed rain forest, dry rain forest and gallery forest; at elevations up to 450 metres.
Altitudinal range from sea level to 450 m.
Grows in well developed rain forest, dry rain forest and gallery forest.