Цветоводство, садовые цветы
Syzygium smithii, растения Австралии

Flower, oblique view. Copyright CSIRO

Anthers Note apical divaricate slits. Copyright CSIRO

Flower bud, side view. Copyright CSIRO

Fruit, three views and cross section. Copyright W. T. Cooper

Scale bar 10mm. Copyright CSIRO

Cotyledon stage, hypogeal germination. Copyright CSIRO

10th leaf stage. Copyright CSIRO

Syzygium smithii



Botanical Name

Syzygium smithii (Poir.) Nied.

Niedenzu, F.J. (1893) Die Naturlichen Pflanzenfamilien 3(7): 85. Type: ?.


Lomastelma smithii (Poir.) J.H.Willis, Vict. Nat. 73: 197(1957), Type: ?. Acmena smithii (Poir.) Merr. & L.M.Perry, Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 19: 16(1938), Type: ?. Acmena floribunda (Sm.) DC., Prodromus 3: 262(1828), Type: ?. Acmena floribunda (Sm.) DC. var. floribunda, Prodromus 3: 262(1828), Type: ?. Acmena floribunda var. elliptica DC., Prodromus 3: 262(1828), Type: ?. Acmena smithii (Poir.) Merr. & L.M.Perry var. smithii, Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 19: 16(1938), Type: ?. Acmena smithii var. minor (Maiden) Merr. & L.M.Perry, Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 19: 16(1938), Type: ?. Myrtus smithii Spreng., Syst. Veg. 2: 487(1825), Type: ?. Eugenia smithii Poir., Encyclopedie Methodique Suppl. 3: 126(1813), Type: N. S. W., Port Jackson, White; holo: LINN 883.1. Eugenia smithii var. coriacea Domin, Bibl. Bot. 89: 477(1928), Type: Qld, Stradbroke Island, K. Domin 7343; holo: PR. Acmena smithii var. minor (Maiden) Merr. & L.M.Perry, Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 19: 16(1938), Type: ?. Syzygium brachynemum F.Muell., Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 4: 59(1864), Type: Ad ripas fluviorum silvaticas a sinu Sealers Cove promontorii Wilsonii et a lacu King et a fluvio Snowy River per Australiam orientalem extratrop. Eugenia elliptica Smith, Trans. Linn. Soc. 3: 281(1825), Type: NSW. Eugenia smithii var. minor Maiden, Agric. Gaz. N. S. Wales 9: 581(1898), Type: NSW, Upper Hastings River, nov. 1897, J. H. Maiden s.n.; holo: NSW; iso: NSW.

Common name

White Eungella Gum; Satinash, Lillipilli; Red Eungella Gum; Eungella Gum; Watergum; Scrub Mahogany; Satinash, Coast; Red Apple; Lilly Pilly; Lillipilli; Coast Satinash; Apple, Red; Creek Lilly Pilly; Lilly Pilly, Creek; Narrow Leaved Lilly pilly; Lilly Pilly, Narrow Leaved; Lillipilli Satinash


Frequently a small, poorly formed tree. Dead bark orange-brown when cut. Coppice shoots frequently present at the base of the stem.


Oil dots quite numerous. Leaf blades about 4-7 x 1.5-2.5 cm. Midrib depressed on the upper surface and petiole grooved on the upper surface.


Inflorescence exceeding the leaves, bracts deciduous, absent at anthesis. Calyx tube (hypanthium) gradually tapering into the pedicel, calyx tube (hypanthium) + pedicel about 3-6 mm long, calyx tube (hypanthium) about 2-4.5 mm diam., infundibuliform, dilated at the apex at anthesis; calyx lobes small and inconspicuous, rounded or apiculate, about 0.2 mm long. Petals +/- cohering by their inflexed tips, variable and irregular in shape, +/- orbicular, about 1-1.5 mm diam.; oil dots visible but inconspicuous, up to ten per petal. Staminal filaments variable, outer longer, about 0.9-3 mm long, glandular, anthers wider than long, about 0.2 x 0.4 mm, gland terminal, sometimes inconspicuous. Placentas confined to the apex of each locule. Ovules pendulous, about 6-22 per locule. Style about 0.6-2 mm long, slightly exceeding the top of the calyx tube (hypanthium), but not exceeding the anthers.


Fruits globular or depressed globular, shallowly excavated at the apex, attaining about 8-20 mm diam.; calyx lobes persistent, small and inconspicuous. Seed attaining about 5-12 mm diam. Cotyledons with a conspicuous, hard, tanniferous inclusion in the centre with branches ramifying through the cotyledons; cotyledonary stipules small and inconspicuous.


Cataphylls about 2-4 pairs before the first pair of true leaves and sometimes between the leaves at later stages. At the tenth leaf stage: seedling completely glabrous, leaf blade elliptic or obovate, apex acuminate, acute or obtuse, base cuneate; oil dots small and numerous, visible with a lens or just visible to the naked eye.

Distribution and Ecology

Endemic to Australia, only the rheophytic race of this species occurs in northern Australia, being found in NEQ and southwards to coastal central New South Wales. Altitudinal range in NEQ from 450-1200 m. Grows as a rheophyte, usually along creeks and gullies flowing through wet sclerophyll forest often with Rose Gum (Eucalyptus grandis) forming the upper canopy.

Natural History

A commonly cultivated species with several forms and cultivars. Used as street trees.

This species occasionally produces millable logs and the timber is marketed as Lillipilli Satinash, a useful structural timber. Wood specific gravity 0.70. Hyland (1983).



Shrub (woody or herbaceous, 1-6 m tall)




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