Northern Scentless Rosewood
Scientific name: Synoum glandulosum
Common names: Northern Scentless Rosewood; Northern Rosewood; Scentless Rosewood
Its foliage is generally very dense and can retain branches low to the ground, making it a great species for sealing forest edges. A wide range of birds including pigeons, bowerbirds and currawong are attracted to the fruit. The seeds of Scentless Rosewood germinate readily when the aril is removed.