Allocasuarina paludosa (Sieber ex Sprengel) L. Johnson
Casuarina paludosa Sieber ex Sprengel
Allocasuarina paludosa (89781 octets)
Small monoecious shrub, up to 1-3 m high, much branched with narrow, filiform, ascending green branchlets. Leaves reduced to a ring of teeth at the nodes (6-8 for this species). Male flowers in terminal spikes, Female flowers in dark red globular heads. Cone cylindrical, 1-1.5 cm long. One of the hardiest species of the genus.

Home: South-eastern of Australia and Tasmania

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Cultivated: France

Author: Frédéric Tournay

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