Syzygium smithii (scientific name:Syzygium smithii) is native to Australia and is an evergreen tall tree of the genus Petrellae. The former scientific name was Acmena smithii (Akumena · Sumiti), which became the current one from 2006. It is also called Akumena · Lilly Pilly. Brown bark, dark green leaves, white flowers in early summer, red purple fruits in autumn, new leaves turn red. Flower is petal degenerate and numerous stamens are conspicuous.
Common name: Syzygium smithii, Scientific name: Syzygium smithii, Synonym: Acmena smithii, aka: Monkey's apple, Akumena Lilly Pilly, Bush Tucker, Bush cherry, Lilly Pilly (common with other plants), Origin: Australia, tree height: 20 to 30 m, yellow spread: 5 to 15 m, tree diameter: 0.7 m, tree bark: brown color Leaf color: dark green color, leaf shape: lanceolate form ~ egg shape, leaf margin: whole margin, leaf height: 1 to 10 cm, leaf width: 1 to 3 cm, leaf order: saliva, ovary: subordinate, Flowering season: October to March, flower color: yellowish white, flower form: pom-pom style with stamens prominent, fruit stage: May to August, fruit color: light purple, fruit: elliptical or spherical, fruit diameter: 0.8 - 2 cm, Living type: evergreen Koyaki, for : Garden tree, the symbol tree, hedge, Toriyose, building materials such as flooring, skin care and body care, jam (Lily Pirie jam) edible, such as.