Pittosporum phylliraeoides

Pittosporum phylliraeoides By Kevin Thiele from Perth, Australia (Pittosporum phylliraeoides) [CC BY 2.0] (Photo Credits)

Gumbi Gumbi young tree

Gumbi Gumbi young tree

Leaf of the Gumbi Gumbi

Leaf of the Gumbi Gumbi

Gumbi Gumbi For Sale

Gumbi Gumbi For Sale

Gumbi Gumbi For Sale

Gumbi Gumbi For Sale

Gumbi Gumbi

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This drought hardy tree has a weeping appearance with long and slender leaves to 10cm. The fruit changes from green to yellow/orange when ripe splits open with red sticky seeds. Traditional medicinal uses: An infusion of the seeds, fruit pulp, leaves or wood was ingested for the relief of pain and cramps. Decoction of the fruits was drunk and applied for eczema. Bush medicine, for colds, cramps, itching. Seeds ground for flour. Gumbi Gumbi is resistant to both drought and frost, and grows in a wide variety of soil types, from heavy clay to mostly sand. But for best results in a home garden, choose a well-drained loamy soil or potting mix, located in full sun, and water well throughout the dry season.
Other Names: Native Apricot, Weeping Pittosoporum, Native Willow, Pittosporum phylliroides, Gumby Gumby

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Specifications of Gumbi Gumbi

Preferred Climate Warm Temperate, Cool TemperateLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) +10m

Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Water Requirements Drought Hardy (Little Watering)

Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 4-5 Years

Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)

Preferred Soil Type Perfect Drainage (Sand/Volcanic)

Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)

Fruiting/Harvest Months April, May, June

Gumbi Gumbi Reviews & Tips

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greg gardiner
★★★★★ 10months ago

West Gladstone, QLD, Australia

Gumbi Gumbi

lovely with a bit of mint

Bill Hollingsworth
3y ago

Rockhampton, QLD, Australia

Gumbi Gumbi

We have about 8 1.8 to 1.2M

Nicola Bludau
3y ago

Katoomba, NSW, Australia

Gumbi Gumbi

Have one plant maybe 2 cm high in the Upper Mountains, seed grown. We are in cool climate yet it survived last winter in the ground.

Julie McCullough
4y ago

Rosedale, QLD, Australia

Gumbi Gumbi

my sister took it when diagnosed with cervical cancer. WEnt back to Drs several months later and no cancer was found. A friend also told me a friend of theirs was given a terminal diagnosis by doctors. She took Gumby Gumby and is now fine.

★★ 4y ago


medicinal purposes for ltos of issues, can take in capsule form, used in creams or made into a tea

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