“Myrtle Beech is an evergreen tree native to Australia.
It can reach a height of 180 feet and is also known as Tasmanian Myrtle. Myrtle beech forests can survive light fires and regenerate from seeds that take several hundred years to grow into forests.
It flowers from November to January and the fruit ripens from March to May. It can live up to 500 years and has a regeneration cycle that can result in a forest containing trees ranging from 1 to 500 years old.