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Has finer texture than A. flexuosa. Native to Western Australia.
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- Taxandria juniperina - Myrtaceae
- Additional Names: Agonis juniperina
Previously listed in the Myrtaceae family.
Common Names: Juniper Myrtle, Warren River Cedar
- Native To: Western Australia
- Habit: Spreading or Weeping
with a Low Canopy.
Has Evergreen foliage.
- Shape: Columnar
- Sunset Zones: 15 - 17 and 20 - 24
- Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
- Water Needs: Moist Soil
- Soil Type: Loam or Sand
- Soil pH: Slightly Acidic to Highly Alkaline
- Salinity Tolerance: Moderate on Coast
- Seaside Tolerance: Good in Mild Zone
- Height: 25 - 35 feet
- Canopy Width: 15 - 30 feet
- Growth Rate: 24 to 36 Inches per Season
- Landscape Use: Screen
- Longevity: 40 to 150 years
- Leaves: Linear Light Green. Evergreen.
- Flowers: Showy, White. Flowers in Summer or Fall.
- Fruit: Brown Capsule, Small (0.25 - 0.50 inches), fruiting in Fall. Wildlife use it.
- Bark: Dark Brown or Light Green, Exfoliating or Furrowed
- Shading Capacity: Rated as Moderately Low in Leaf
- Branch Strength: Rated as Medium
- Root Damage Potential: Rated as Moderate
- Health Hazard: None Known
- Fire Resistance: Favorable
Cite This Page:
SelecTree. "Taxandria juniperina Tree Record." 1995-2012. May 18, 2013.
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