Melaleuca "Paperbark" tree-Melaleuca quinquenervia, commonly known as broad-leaved paperbark, the paper bark tea tree or niaouli, is a small- to medium-sized tree of the allspice family, Myrtaceae. The plant is native to New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea and coastal eastern Australia, from Botany Bay in New South Wales northwards, into Queensland and the Northern Territory.
Melaleuca nodosa, commonly known as the prickly-leaved paperbark, is a shrub native to eastern Australia in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia. It grows on alluvial soils, from sandy through shale to clay based, as well as heathlands, and can form dense stands (thickets)
Mix 1 teaspoon of tea tree oil per 1 cup of water. Spray onto the surface with mold or Mildew and allow to dry, do not rinse. This will kill the mold spores without creating harsh chemical fumes as other cleaners, such as bleach, would.