Acmena smithii : is a member of the Myrtaceae family and is known as Lilly Pilly. Some Syzygium...Cultural Practices: Regular feedings will maintain it growing. Blooming Habits: Small, fluffy white...Picture from Tropica Mango Nurseries Recommended Temperature Zone: sunset: 15-17, 19-24 USDA: 9-11...Photo: Robert Whyte Fruit spherical to egg-shaped pink turning dark red. Edible (but not very tasty)...Photo: Robert Whyte The intramarginal vein and the wavy edges are distinct features, as is the...à÷îðú ñîéú éëåì ìùîù ãåâîà èåáä ìöîç äñåáì áàåôï ëøåðé îîæé÷éí áàæåøðå. ìîøåú çåñðå, éåôéå å÷öá...Photo: Robert Whyte This tree is attractive to fruit eating birds and other wildlife. New growth can...Acmena Allyn MagicDate of issue : 3 September 2002 Designer : Janet Boschen, Australia Post Design Studio Stamp size :...PHOTO: Robert Whyte Medium-sized to tall tree with smooth to flaky bark; young branchlets reddish...Link to this plant: http://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Acmena_smithii.htmPhoto: Robert Whyte In the garden Red Apple is an attractive, fast growing tree even in cooler...Link to this plant: http://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Acmena_smithii.htmphoto: 01 Lillypilly RH e 137-3773_IMG.JPG from the November 2006 Australain Plants as Bonsai...View PhotoClose window Acmena smithii Family: Myrtaceae Lilly Pilly Origin: AustraliaLink to this plant: http://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Acmena_smithii.htmAdvertise With UsAcmena Allyn Magic A recent release lillipilly that is one of the best available. It can be used in...Acmena Allyn Magic A recent release lillipilly that is one of the best available. It can be used in...Advertise With Us. Notes: Notes This species was previously known as Acmena montana T.G.Hartley & Craven.Link to this plant: http://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Acmena_smithii.htmSyzygium paniculatumRev's Edible Fruits Update: 1731 days 4hrs Comments: - local native. Not fully hardy every year but...Informatie, teelt: Kleine boom voor beschutte plaatsen, binnentuinen en kustgebieden op een licht...Acmena smithii occurs naturally from Bundaberg Qld., to Wilson's Promontory Vic., in a variety of...References : Links Plants http://www.anbg.gov.au/PLANTFAM/Aust1c.htm http://waynesword.palomar......is to encourage the imaginative use and enjoyment of these plants while enhancing the environment.