|White Feather Honeymyrtle|
|East Ryde, Australia|
Melaleuca decora, known as the White Feather Honeymyrtle, is a plant native to eastern Australia. A bush or tree with paperbark, usually seen around 4 to 7 metres tall. Exceptional specimens, however, may exceed 20 metres tall. The habitat is swampy areas on heavy soils, mostly near the coast. The southern most limit of natural distribution is near the Shoalhaven River. The specific epithet decora is from Latin, referring to the decorative and ornamental appearance.
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