Brush cherry or scrub cherry as it is also known, it s a rainforest tree indigenous to coastal regions in Queensland and New South Wales. The grow fruit that shares a similar appearance to plums, but have a pleasant sour taste. Its scientific name is Syzygium Australe, and in the wild can grow up to 35m. In cultivation, however, they are popular as hedges, and only grow up to 18m. Bush cherry is the floral emblem of the costal city, Coffs Harbour.