Lebbeck Tree Albizia lebbeck
This tree can attain a height of 30m and a diameter of 1m. The bark is rough and fissured, and is a grey-violet colour with rust-brown breathing pores. The leaves are light green, bipinnate and slightly hairy. Flowers are white and heavily scented, appearing singly or in small clusters, and appear from November to March. The pods are flat, oblong, and straw-coloured with raised bumps. The origin of the Lebbeck Tree is vague, but it is thought to have come from either Tropical Asia or Northern Australia, and belongs to the Fabaceae family.