Diploglottis campbellii or "Small Leaved Tamarind" is a small to medium sized evergreen tree with a dense, spreading crown of lush, long, deep green, pinnate leaves. Large clusters of creamy-brown, fragrant flowers are borne in Spring through to Autumn. Small, hard, round, yellow-brown fruit follow in late Summer, containing a juicy red seed coating which is refreshingly acid and can be eaten raw or made into drinks and jellies.
- Full sun
- Part shade
- Bird attracting
- 'Bush tucker' plant
- Ideal shade/shelter tree
- 6-10m high
- 3.5-6m wide
How far apart should I space my plants ?
For an avenue planting space at 4m, otherwise, 8m apart.
Our plants are beautifully grown, mature tube stock with well developed roots. They are guaranteed sun-hardened, can be planted directly into the ground and are excellent performers for your garden.
We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and delivery to your door.