SpecificationsCommonly known as the Smooth Barked Apple, Angophora costata an Australian Native and found along semi-coastal locations of Queensland to New South Wales. This large spreading tree is easily recognised in winter for its rusty red new bark that eventually flakes off grey. Angophora costata produces skinny dark green leaves and showy white flowers that bloom during summer. Angophora costata makes an excellent addition to parks, gardens as well as bordering wide streetscapes. This variety tolerates a variety of soil types and is very hardy once established. Plant Angophora costata in an area exposed to full to part sun, with free draining soils. It thrives in sandy, coastal positions. Angophora costata is relatively low maintenance. Water well until established. Ensure care is taken not to position this species where its branches will overhang a house. Angophora costata can grow to a height of 10 to 30 metres and a width of 6 to 15 metres.
Common Name Smooth Barked Apple Plant Type Coastal, Evergreen, Native Australian Plant, Outdoor, Perennial, Tree Dimensions 10-30m high x 6-15m wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting Yes Flower Colour White Foliage Colour Green Flowering Season Summer Botanical Genus Angophora Botanical Species costata Flower Type Panicles Foliage Type Lanceolate - Pointed At Both Ends Width 1500 cm Height 3000 cm
DISCLAIMER - The information provided on this website is to be used as a guide only. We do not recommend any one plant variety in preference to another nor do we claim to be an authority on stock performance. All information is believed to be correct and is the result of private enquiries and experiences and are given in good faith. Benara Nurseries gives notice that; Benara Nurseries, employees included, disclaim all responsibility for any harm, loss, cost or damage resulting from the use of, or reliance upon, the whole or part of any information contained on this website if any part of the information is inaccurate or incomplete. Photos are NOT of current stock and is displayed only for illustration purposes as a representation of the variety.