|To:||Geoffrey Dabb <>|
|Subject:||World's most bird attracting tree?|
|From:||Denis Wilson <>|
|Date:||Mon, 29 Dec 2014 19:40:53 +1100|
Hi Geoffrey et al.
Just responding to the notes attached to your friend's photo of a Parrot munching on seeds of Melia azaderach or "Our White Cedar".
I can confirm that it does occur naturally as a rainforest margin plant along the Illawarra coast and down as far as Bega.
You are of course correct about its very wide international distribution. But PlantNET (RBG SYDNEY) people recognise it as completely natural here.
It can easily be seen at the bottom of Macquarie Pass.
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