Podocarpus elatus, known as the plum pine, the brown pine or the Illawarra plum is a species of Podocarpus endemic to the east coast of Australia, in eastern New South Wales and eastern Queensland. It is a medium to large evergreen tree growing to 30–36 m tall with a trunk up to 1.5 m diameter
- Tolerates drought & salt, frost tender.
- Part shade/full sun
- Height 5 - 10 metres (40 metres in the wild) width 4-7m
- Edible fruit, fruits from 3-5yrs
- Gondwana Land species
- Attracts – bees & insects