The Blueberry ash (Elaeocarpus reticulatus) belongs to the family Elaeocarpaceae. It is a small evergreen tree that is found in the eastern part of Australia, from Queensland to Tasmania. It grows on various sites along the coast and grows 3 to 15 m tall. The leaves are oblong and alternate, with wavy margins. The flowers and fruits resemble those of the "olive", with cup-shaped white flowers at the ends of the branches from October to January. The fruit is an orbicular-ovate kernel that ripens blue from April to October. Horticulturally, it is used as a flowering plant.