Leptospermum are a genus within the Myrtaceae family, native to Australia and South East Asia. They are more commonly referred to as Tea tree. The genus was first recognized by Johann Reinhold Forster and his son when they published the name in 1776. The common name derives from the practice of early settlers of soaking the leaves of several species in boiling water to make a tea substitute.
Leptospermum are aromatic evergreen, shrubs or small trees that are commonly known as ‘manuka’ or ‘tea trees’, native to Australia. Silky, saucer-shaped blooms have spiky stamens and sit upon dense bushy foliage of narrow slender leaves and rigid, woody branches. Leptospermum look perfect when positioned against wall side borders within a gravel garden.
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