Lilly Pilly Fruit Plant (Syzygium Luehmannii)
Common Name: Lilly Pilly
Botanical Name: Syzygium Luehmannii
Common names: Riberry, small-leaved Lilly Pilly, cherry satinash, cherry alder, or clove Lilli Pilli
General Information: Bush native shrub with small exotic fruits, Emitting a clove-like fragrance. Beautiful edible fruits with a distinctive, clove-like flavor, Ornamental plant with dense foliage, suitable for clipping, Can be grown as an ornamental, fruit-bearing hedge.
Benefits and Uses:
Clove-like fragrance is utilized in products like Original & Mineral for a floral-like scent, Natural hair plumper due to its rich astringent content, Protects hair and scalp from free radicals, Slows down hair aging, Anti-inflammatory properties.
Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2 to 3 Years
Maintenance Required: Moderate
Summary: Lilly Pilly, scientifically known as Syzygium Luehmannii, is a native bush shrub with small exotic fruits emitting a delightful clove-like fragrance. Also referred to as Riberry, small-leaved Lilly Pilly, cherry satinash, cherry alder, or clove Lilli Pilli, this plant boasts beautiful edible fruits with a distinct, clove-like flavor. Its ornamental nature, dense foliage, and responsiveness to clipping make it suitable for ornamental and fruit-bearing hedges. In addition to its aesthetic appeal, Lilly Pilly serves various purposes, including providing a floral-like scent used in products like Original & Mineral. It acts as a natural hair plumper due to its rich astringent content, offers protection against free radicals for both hair and scalp, slows down the aging of hair, and possesses anti-inflammatory properties. When cultivated, Lilly Pilly typically blooms and fruits within 2 to 3 years, requiring moderate maintenance for successful growth.