A native shrub that grows wild along the southern coast of Australia and Tasmania, kunzea was used for centuries by native cultures. The kunzea plant, with its bulbous tops and whimsical blossoms, is commonly referred to as “White cloud.” Its white and pink flowers are found growing in sandy soils along coastal regions and often attract native insects, birds, and small animals.
Scientific name: Kunzea ambigua
Botanical family: Myrtaceae
Region(s) grown: Australia
Plant part used: Branch and leaf
Extraction method: Steam Distillation
YL Region: Most Young Living Kunzea essential oil comes from Australia