Capparis arborea – Native Pomegranate (plant)
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Capparis arborea starts life as a small spiky little shrub and as an adult, the foliage becomes larger, smoother and not spiky. The stem can be thorny. Native Pomegranate occurs commonly in warmer rainforest (and more occasionally in subtropical and littoral rainforest) from the Hunter River in NSW to Cape York. Beautiful large lightly scented flowers are single or in pairs, creamy white from branchlet ends from December – January. Australia has 10-20 native Capparis species. More info, click here.
Care and Cultivation of Capparis arborea
Capparis arborea likes a full sun position and well-drained soil. Will respond well to regular watering over the warmer months, even over colder months in most areas. Frost and drought hardy.