This well known, drought and wind resistant, indigenous plant can grow into a shrub as it is usually multi-stemmed, or a small tree when the lower branches are pruned. It is ideal for water-wise gardens.
Its flowers are small, yellowish green and are followed by decorative clusters of yellow or reddish fruits with papery wings.
Flowers are produced from April to August (autumn-winter). This is a fast growing plant that prefers a sandy substrate; when given good soil and plenty of water it requires minimal water once established.