Syzygium Luehmannii – Cherry Lily Pily

Syzygium Luehmannii – Lily Pily

Syzygium luehmannii is one of the medium height coastal rainforest plant wildly appears in Australia. This plant is known for its several common names such as: Cherry Satinash, Small Leaved Lilli Pilli, Riberry, Clove Lilli Pilli as well as Cherry Alder. Topical and sub-topical climate is more helpful for this plant development including New South Wales, Queensland and any other regions of Australia. This plant is getting more popularity as an ornamental plant including fruit that known as Riberry. Now, this plant is widely popular as a decorative option.

Height: 6 to 8 meters and Width: 4 to 6 meters and it vary as per different space and facilities.

Uses: This plant is used as shade tree and screen planting. This kind of plant is mostly used in park, home and commercial setting. Its fruits are used in jam making.

Planting tips: Summer is basically considered as blooming and flowering season of this tree. Good prepared soils and space is essential for this planting.

Soil type: Deep sandy and well drained soils are considered as most suitable options for this plants development.

Aspect: Full sun or partial shade.

Pruning: It is essential before blooming time keep this plant well shaped and comfortable growth as well.

Water requirement: This plant requires moist soil, so regular medium watering is essential.

Feeding: Complete fertilizer once a year can offer excellent results.

Pests and problems: No known pests attract this plant.

Climate: Most of the parts of Australia are suitable for this plants development.