Rosalina trees (Melaleuca ericifolia) are a small tree 3 to 8 metres high with a bushy crown and a papery bark, they produce a white flower in abundance in late spring.
Commonly known as swamp paperbark and sometimes referred to as Lavender Tea Tree, this plant is native to Australia and grows primarily in coastal regions where it is able to withstand permanently wet soil, salty conditions, and shade. Rosalina trees are found in swamps and wetlands and beside streams from Port Macquarie, in mid north New South Wales to Tasmania.
A fresh, lovely floral note of Lavender with a mild Eucalyptus and Tea Tree note, this oil is very calming.
Rosalina oil is extracted from the leaves and branchlets of the small tree or bush by traditional steam distillation.