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  • ALECTRYON subcinereus (Wild Quince)
  • ALECTRYON subcinereus (Wild Quince)
  • ALECTRYON subcinereus (Wild Quince)

ALECTRYON subcinereus (Wild Quince)

A small native tree with an attractive, dense rounded form, bears clusters of small pale pink flowers in January to February. A showy versatile tree with contrasting coppery new growth and small fruit capsules which are bird attracting. It is hardy, frost and drought resistant.

HEIGHT AND SHAPE AT MATURITY
Small Tree: 7-8 metres
Rounded Shape 

SPECIAL USES/FEATURES
As a Street Tree
As a Specimen
Along Roadside
Has Non-Invasive Roots
Power Line Friendly

CONDITIONS
Suitable in Full Sun
Suitable in Light Shade
Suitable in Sandy Soil
Suitable in Loamy Soil
Suitable in Acidic Soil
Is Frost Resistant
Is Drought Resistant
Is resistant to Pollution
Is Resistant to Coastal Exposure
Is Resistant to Tropical Heat