Greeny wrote: Ive got the rhyophytic race ones I think they were called.
TasV wrote:Closest match is rhyniophytic which refers to a group of plants known only from their fossil remains so i isn't this. Syzygium, Acmena, and Eugenia are the two genera from which we find plants refered to as Lilly Pilly. There is only one species of Eugenia native to Australia (E. reinwardtiana), six species of Acmena native to Australia and roughly 50 species of Syzygium native to Australia. There are some exotic speciess and cultivars of these thess genra found and grown in Australia. Not all are suitable hedging varieties. Add to this a multitude of cultivated varieties and hybrids... this makes giving good advice difficult. If you could put a photo up of leaves, plant, flowers, fruit, etc we could give a more informed response.
TasV wrote:I'm not familiar with Waterhousia... looks like there's four then
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