White Aspen trees are found in upland and lowland areas and are closely associated with rainforest areas. The trees are small to medium in height usually growing to about 15 metres. The attractive rich green leaves have a smooth oily texture. These leaves features distinctive central mid-rib and light veins running to the edges of the leaf. Tiny white flowers are followed from Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, and Oct by masses of yellowish coloured globular fruit. Although only small, no bigger than a pea and about 1.5 cm in diameter, each fruit contains a singular large seed.
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