ⓘ Trema tomentosa var. viridis

                                     

ⓘ Trema tomentosa var. viridis

Trema tomentosa var. viridis is a forest plant. In Australia it occurs from Twofold Bay in New South Wales to far northern Queensland, New Guinea and West Papua. It had been recorded near Mallacoota, but is now presumed extinct in the state of Victoria.

Common names include poison peach, native peach, peach-leaved poison Bush. Poison peach is perceived forest regenerators for rapid growth, shelter and shade, and as a species of child, and as a bird attracting plant. Habitat tropical forest undergrowth, disturbed open areas of the forest, on forest roads and in the country the forest.