Genus: Leptospermum Species: L. polygalifolium Binomial name: Leptospermum polygalifolium Subspecies trinomial name: Leptospermum polygalifoilum ssp.tropicum Synonyms: Leptospermum flavescens Common names: Leptospermum Cardwell, Leptospermum flavescens Cardwell, Leptospermum polygalifoilum ssp.tropicum is a hardy, weeping, evergreen. This is a very attractive shrub, a Leptospermum with masses of pink or white flowers from winter through to spring.. Reaches to a height of 2m and width 2m. Leptospermum polygalifolium 'Cardwell' Search for suppliers Other names: Leptospermum flavescens 'Cardwell', Tea-tree, Common Tea-tree, Jelly Bush, Tantoon, Yellow Tea Tree, Heath Tea Tree. Description. This plant tolerates most soils and conditions. Out of stock! Leptospermum flavescens ‘Cardwell’ – Tea Tree A fast growing and versatile large shrub that can be used for screening, informal hedging or shaped into a small weeping feature tree. Previously (or also) known as Leptospermum flavescens (tantoon). Shrub. Categories: Australian native, Shrub. Leptospermum polygalifolium. Leptospermum flavescens is a name still commonly used by the nursery industry, although Thompson (1989) transferred it into synonymy under the L. polygalifolium complex, within which she recognised six Australian subspecies.For New Zealand, it appears that only L. polygalifolium subsp. Leptospermum polygalifolium "Cardwell" is a spectacular weeping shrub that produces masses of white flowers in spring. Tantoon 'Cardwell', Leptospermum polygalifolium var., flowers, close up. It flowers profusely in late winter to late spring, and the branches get masses of … Thick shrub with weeping branches which are smothered in small white tea tree flowers in Spring. It grows along watercourses so can tolerate regular water. Leptospermum polygalifolium 'Copper Glow' DESCRIPTION: Native shrub, loose and open in habit, with long weeping branches. Ornamental small tree (or shrub) with reddish new growth and dark green small pointy leaves. Leptospermum polygalifolium is a shrub, often 0.5 to 3 metres in height , or a slender to stout trunked tree to 7 metres or more, the bark usually being close and firm but soft, thick and flaky in some forms. Newcastle Wildflower Nursery Providing a diverse range of quality native plants from all over Australia Leptospermum polygalifolium subspecies polygalifolium occurs naturally from around Sydney to the NSW Victorian border. Leptospermum flavescens ‘Cardwell Pink’ A smaller growing tea tree, Leptospermum flavescens ‘Cardwell Pink’ makes an excellent feature plant in the garden and can also be used a low hedge or screening plant. The young stems, at first, have a close pubescence but usually become glabrous, with a conspicuous flange near the node and spreading and tending to curve around the stem. Useful screen and windbreak. 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