Other names: Pine-leaved Geebung
Habitat: Woodland and heath
Uses: The fruits are edible
Season: Late spring to early summer
References: Low, Robinson
A large shrub about 3m high with dark flaky, papery bark. A very common understorey shrub in many habitats. Persoonia fruits have a stalk protruding from the underside of the fruit, which helps to identify them. They are not ripe until after they fall from the tree to the ground. The skin (and usually the seed also) is discarded.
Photo: Persoonia linearis, Narrow-leaved Geebung. Mitchell Park, Cattai NSW
Photo: Persoonia linearis, Narrow-leaved Geebung. Cumberland State Forest NSW
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