Snow-in-Summer, Flax Leaved Paperbark



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Photo of a mature tree. (Photo. Arterra)

Close up photo of foliage. (Photo. Arterra)

Close up photo of bark. (Photo. Arterra)

Botanic Name: 

 

Melaleuca linariifolia



 

Common Names: 



Snow-in-Summer, Flax Leaved Paperbark

Family:


MYRTACEAE

Typical Height:

6-9 metres

Origin:


Eastern Australia

Typical Width:

5-6 metres 

Typical Growth rate:

Fast.

Typical Habit:



A small to medium, erect evergreen tree 

with white to cream papery coloured bark

spreading branches on older trees and a 

finely foliaged crown. Tendency to hold dead 

twigs in lower canopy.

Foliage:   

Small and thin soft lanceolate leaves, 2-3cm 

long.


Flowers:   

Small white-cream, bottle brush-like flowers

often prolific, appearing throughout spring 

and early summer in the upper canopy.

Fruit: 

 

Small globular clusters of woody capsules on 



stems.

Site requirements: 

Prefers moist soils in an open, sunny position

but tolerates a very wide range of soils and 

conditions.

 

Drought tolerant.



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Tree Data Sheet



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