Propagating Lilly Pilly From Seed. Lilly pilly seeds don't germinate dependably, but you can try planting new trees from seeds. An article published by Australian Plants Online, the online magazine of the Australian Native Plants Society, suggests.
The Lilly Pilly is fairly hardy and needs only a subtropical climate to flourish. The fruit has some anticancer properties. Our gardening expert, horticulturist and garden designer Meredith Kirton, shares her fool-proof five step method for propagating plants from cuttings.
Seeds are not available for the Lilly Pilly.
The Syzygium smithii (formerly Acmena smithii) grows up to five metres tall relatively quickly.
Introduction: Syzygium paniculatum, the Lilly pilly, is a medium to large sized tree native from Australia. All lilly pilly species have fleshy fruits in which the seeds are embedded. Some common names are Lilly Pilly, and Monkey Apple.