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Bark of Guioa semiglauca: bark of a 43 cm diameter at breast height, Hacking River, Royal National Park, AustraliaBy Poyt448 Peter Woodard Public domain (Photo Credits)
Botanical Name: Guioa semiglauca

Common pioneer tree across the east coast. Makes a versatile fast growing, bird attracting tree for rainforest regeneration plots. Do not plant near dwellings as branches are brittle.

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Guioa (Seedling) 7/10

Pademelon1's Edible Fruits
Update: 1802 days 16hrs

Comments: - Small, but tough. growing in a dark but damp area, this is a favorite of the insects. Any new growth is eaten quicksmart, and because of this, it has had to grow a new bole in order to grow any taller. Sadly, although it grows plenty fast, i'm not sure it will ever grow enough to beat the insects

Planted: 2014

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