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Melaleuca viridiflora, commonly known as broad-leaved paperbark is a plant in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae and is nativeto woodlands, swamps and streams of monsoonal areas of northern Australia and New Guinea. It is usually a small tree with an open canopy, papery bark and spikes of cream, yellow, green or red flowers. Melaleuca viridiflora is a shrub or small tree usually growing to 10 metres (30 ft) tall, sometimes twice that height, with white, brownish or grey bark and an open canopy. Its leaves are 70–195 millimetres (3–8 in) long, 19–76 millimetres (0.7–3 in) wide, thick, broadly elliptic and aromatic.

Melaleuca viridiflora