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Melaleuca quinquenervia, commonly known as paperbark is a tree that grows up to 20 m (70 ft) tall, with its trunk covered in thick white, beige, and gray paper bark. It was formally described for the first time in 1797 by the Spanish naturalist Antonio José Cavanilles. Native to New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, and the east coast of Australia, paperbark grows in swamps, floodplains, and near rivers and estuaries, often in silty soils.
Height Up to 20m
Climate Tropical, subtropical climates
Light conditions Full sun to part shade
Care Well drained soil
Native to Eastern Australia, New Caledonia and New Guinea
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