Backhousia myrtifolia – Cinnamon Myrtle



Backhousia myrtifolia is a small rainforest tree species which grows in subtropical rainforests of Eastern Australia. B. myrtifolia is also known as carrol, carrol ironwood, neverbreak, ironwood or grey myrtle, or Australian lancewood. Cinnamon myrtle is a spice form of B. myrtifolia

  • Full sun/part shade
  • Height 30 metres
  • Well drained sandy soil
  • Edible leaves & flowers, good for substitutes for cinnamon in cooking & also made into tea
  • ¬†Cultural uses

Additional information

Weight N/A
Pot Size

140mm, 200mm – In store purchase only, Tube Stock