Terminalia hadleyana facts for kids
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Terminalia hadleyana is a tree of the family Combretaceae native to northern Australia.
The tree or shrub typically grows to a height of 2 to 10 metres (7 to 33 ft) in height but can reach up to 15 metres (49 ft) and is deciduous. It blooms between October and December producing cream-yellow flowers.
The range extends through the top end of the Northern Territory to the south eastern extremity of the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland and is often part of open woodland communities. In Western Australia it is confined to rocky outcrops and on floodplains in the Kimberley growing in sandy-clay soils over sandstone or limestone.
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