September, October, November, December
Dune sheoak is an upright large shrub 3-4 metres tall. There are separate male and female plants (dioecious). Dune sheoak naturally occurs in thickets. It is a hardy coastal shrub that is good for a windbreak and for screening. Bird attracting, dieback resistant.
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