Cinnamon Myrtle – Backhousia myrtifolia. 3.7L coir pot.
The lush leaves give off a cinnamon fragrance when crushed or rubbed and they can be used in place of cinnamon spice in cooking. The young leaves are more fragrant. They can be used fresh or dried and they make a beautiful tea.
In summer, small cream – white flowers appear and the birds and beneficial insects love them.
This densely foliaged plant enjoys a full sun to part shade position and can handle various soil types with good drainage.
It should grow around 4m high by 3m wide and it is great for using as a screening plant or a windbreak.