Small-Leaved Tamarind

Tree under 10m (Less is cultivation)


Endangered in QLD. Dense crown, dark green and glossy leaves alternate, pinnate.
White and pinkish 4-petalled flowers, in panicles, spring to autumn.
Fruits to 6 cm, with edible red aril surrounding seeds.

Natural Habitat: Subtropical Rainforest

Aspect: Full Sun / Part Shade

Soil/Conditions: Adaptable/well-drained

Special Features:
• Can be pruned
• Fruits are good for jams, jellies, chutneys
• Bird and Bee attracting
• Can be potted

Garden Styles:

  • Birds and Butterflies
  • Native Rainforest
  • Gardening for Biodiversity
  • Tropical Garden