Shrub or small tree to 10 m high with hard, rough bark, dark grey bark on a trunk that is often twisted and bent by the effects of wind. Bark hard, fissured, slightly papery or flaking.
Arranged alternately, linear to narrow-elliptic, 5 – 15 mm long and 1 – 3 mm wide.
White or cream coloured and arranged in many-flowered spikes 2–4 cm long.
First fully open single flower
Full flowering (record all days)
End of flowering (when 95% of the flowers have faded)
Open seed pods
Moonah trees are often twisted into unusual shapes, may range in height and live for around 300 years.