A Swamp Bloodwood is a large tree that can be found in wetlands and other moist habitats.
It has a reddish-brown bark and dark green leaves. The flowers are small, yellow, pink or red, and the fruit is a dark purple drupe.
Swamp Bloodwoods can reach heights of up to 130 feet.
They are usually found near water, in swampy areas or along riverbanks.
The best time to see them blooming is in late spring or early summer.
Swamp Bloodwoods are a beautiful sight, and their unique characteristics make them a valuable part of our Australian landscape.