|Blue Quandong (Elaeocarpus grandis)|
This species of tree often grows along watercourses in the East-coast Australian subtropical rainforest. Flowers are white, sometimes pink, about 15 mm long, and difficult to see. Flowering happens from autumn to winter. The blue edible fruit, the size of greengage plums, are falling now, in December, while spent red leaves drop at any time of the year.