See shop pictures of turning Red Mallee towards bottom of page!
Mallees are the dominant vegetation throughout semi-arid areas of Australia with reliable winter rainfall. Within this area, they form extensive woodlands and shrublands covering over 250,000 square kilometres. Thus mallee woodlands and shrublands are considered one of Australia's Major Vegetation Groups Red Mallee is a "scrubland vegetation" that is common in many parts of Australia and seems to have dozens of varieties. The trees are prolific producers of burl growths which can be harvest without cutting down the tree. Which is why you normally see Australian Burls in cap form. Among other things, it produces a useful oil
A few shop pictures of turning some red Mallee