Syzygium crebrinerve is a fairly common Australian tree, growing from near Taree, New South Wales to Calliope in Queensland. Common names include purple cherry, rose satinash, and black water gum. The habitat of Syzygium crebrinerve is sub tropical rainforest 

  • Tolerates light frost & drought
  • Full sun/ part shade
  • Tree H up to 15m
  •  Good draining soils,
  • Flowers: summer
  • Fruiting – from 1-3 yrs
  • Edible fruit
  • Attracts – Bees, birds & butterflies

Purple Cherry - Syzygium Crebrinerve