Syzygium floribundum is a medium to large tree to 30 metres in height in its natural habitat although it is usually much smaller in cultivation (up to about 6 metres). It has dark grey, flaky bark and lance-shaped to elliptical leaves which taper to a point.
- Tolerates light frost
- Sunny/ light shade
- Tree grows up to H 10-30m, W 5-10m
- Well-drained, moist moderate drainage, adapts to most soils
- Flowers – summer
- Edible berries
- Attracts – Bees, nectar eating birds, seed eating birds, mammals