Common Name: Western Australian Peppermint, Willow Myrtle
Description: An attractive weeping Australian native tree used in parks and gardens, street tree plantings or as an informal screening. It has clusters of small white flowers from late spring to early summer. Agonis flexuosa has long, narrow leaves and when the leaves are crushed or torn, they emit a peppermint scent.
Mature Size: 10m (h) x 5m (w)
Position: Full sun