Austromyrtus tenuifolia, the narrow-leaf myrtle, is a small shrub native to the Sydney area in eastern Australia. The habitat is sheltered, damp situations, often near streams. Leaves are thin; 1.5 to 4 cm long, and 1 to 3 mm wide. Flowering occurs in late spring and summer

  • Morning sun to part shade
  • Height up to 1-2m
  • Well drained, moist soil
  • Flowers – Sept - Feb
  • Attracts – seed eating birds & butterflies
  • Edible fruit

Tall Midyim Berry -Austromyrtus Tenuifolia