Another example of an Australian native which was cut off at ground level and is now back in full growth.
This is a Moonah which generally grows in sandy coastal soil.
This one was cut off about 6 months ago. Look at me now. Three divided trunks were lopped at about 4 feet off the ground.
Blossom showing on what we call a mongrel bred apple box.
The same apple box which was cut off at ground level about 20 years ago. The diameter at the base was about 4 feet and now the sucker which was sent up is about 3 feet already. The only reason I realised there was blossom on it again was the hum of all the bees.