Gumbi Gumbi - Pittosporum angustifolium - No Post to SA
Grows to a height of 4-8m and width of 3-5m Fruits from year 3 onwards depending on conditions Gumbi Gumbi is an evergreen drought tolerantt
Gumby Gumby, Western Pittosporum, Berrigan, Bitter Bush, Cattle Bush, Cheesewood, Native Willow and Native apricot. Aboriginal names -Cumbi Cumbi and Meemeei
Native Apricot, its fruit isn’t considered a food source, The Fruit is poisonous!
Instead, the plant featured widely in Aboriginal bush medicine as a treatment for coughs, colds and eczema, and to induce lactation. Tea, often touted for its health benefits, is a more common and preferred plant use.
Likes good drainage. 2-3 years to fruit Full sun to part sun. Regular watering.
50mm Tube Stock
All items are posted on a Monday Express post, with Australia Post. If Monday is a public holiday they will be sent the Tuesday or the following Monday depending on the destination. We aim to deliver healthy and happy plants :)