A picture of a Tasmanian laurel

Tasmanian laurel

Anopterus glandulosus

Full Sun
Moderate watering
Tender

H2

RHS hardiness

1°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

10m

Max

8m

4m

Min

3m

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Anopterus glandulosus, Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Tasmania, Australia
Camera data



Camera Canon EOS 400D

Lens Tamron EF 180mm f3.5 1:1 Macro

Flash Shoot through umbrella left

Focal length 180 mm

Aperture f/9

Exposure time 1/30 s

Sensivity ISO 400
A photo of Tasmanian laurel

Tasmanian laurel Overview

This is a tree which can grow up to 10m tall, but which is generally grown as a shrub in gardens. It will produce dark green leaves with blunt teeth. The flowers are cup-shaped, with six pink-tinged white petals and they bloom in the spring and sometimes again in autumn.

How to propagate Tasmanian laurel

Cuttings

By seed or cuttings.

Seed

Other uses of Tasmanian laurel

Ornamental