Leptospermum Petersonii, lemon-scented teatree is a tall shrub to small tree, growing to a maximum of 5 metres which is cultivated as an ornamental and for essential oils. It naturally occurs near sclerophyll forest or rainforest, on sandy or rocky escarpments, on the east coast of Australia.
- Height up to 2m
- Well drained or sandy soil.
- Flowers – spring
- Attracts –Native bees, butterflies and other insects
- Tolerates light frost