Ceratopetalum Sm.

Leaves articulate on the petiole, 1- or 3-foliolate Ceratopetalum
Leaves 3-foliolate; leaflets lanceolate to ovate, 3–7 cm long, obtuse or acuminate, obtusely serrulate. Flowers in loosely trichotomous cymes or panicles; the common peduncle shorter than the leaves. Sepals 2 mm long, enlarging to 12 mm in fruit. Petals laciniate. Tall shrub or small tree. Widespread. Open forests, gullies or heath. Sandy soils. Fl. Oct.–Nov. (fruiting Dec.-Jan.). Christmas Bush Ceratopetalum gummiferum
Leaves 1-foliolate (apparently simple) elliptic to very narrow-ovate, mostly 8–16 cm long, obtusely serrate, acuminate, narrowed at the base. Flowers in rather dense corymbose cymes. Petals absent. Enlarged sepals c. 7 mm long. Tree with a smooth greyish bark fragrant when broken. Widespread. Common in RF and in gullies. Fl. spring–summer; fruit summer. Coachwood Ceratopetalum apetalum