Leptospermum trinervium – Paperbark Tea Tree

Tall native bushy shrub with flaky, thin layered bark and white flowers that attract native bees. Small birds shelter and hunt among the foliage. Can be pruned as a hedge or screen.  Hardy, tolerates drought and exposed windy sites.
Stems are hairy and the leaves are aromatic when rubbed.

Uses: hedging & screening.


Dimensions: Height: 2- 5 metres |  Width: 3 metres

Flowering: Masses of white, 5-petalled flowers from spring to summer

Aspect: Full sun to filtered sun
Soil type: Gravelly & sandy
Planting rates: 2/m2

Maintenance: Minimal maintenance required

Available sizes: tubes stock
Availability: contact Bluedale Wholesale  Nursery for current availability list or to discuss our pre-grow commercial plant service.