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I need a bit of help identifying this tree, approximately 6m tall, reddish brown fissured bark. Flattened round brown seed pods in clusters.
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9th April 2017 1:24pm
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phil@tyalgum says...
I'd say Bursaria spinosa, a native of the Melbourne area. It is the food plant for the endangered Eltham Copper butterfly but also very good to have for other insects when in flower and can add biodiversity to your garden.
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Markmelb says...
Its not a fruit tree - take some bits to Ceres nursery near you.
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stcj says...
Thank you both i think phil might be correct with Bursaria spinosa, i'll wait until it flowers, or duck over to Ceres
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