Creeping Strawberry Pine


Microcachrys tetragona, commonly known as the Creeping Strawberry Pine, is a low-growing conifer found in western Tasmania’s highlands and mountainous regions.

It typically grows to a height of 0.5 to 1 metre and can spread with leaders over 1 metre in length.

Once found across southern Gondwana, the Creeping Strawberry Pine is now restricted to peaks and high country above elevations of 760 to 1000 metres above sea level.

It requires a cool aspect with full sun and significant levels of moisture. The plant is perfect as a potted specimen or in a sheltered rockery and can tolerate frosts and windy aspects. However, it is rare in cultivation on the Australian mainland.

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