SpecificationsCorymbia ficifolia is an ornamental small to medium Australian Native renowned for its brilliant floral display during summer. The flower colour is variable, ranging from deep red through to pink and bright orange. Foliage is grey-green and glossy. This lovely tree will make an excellent addition to large gardens, parks and landscapes. It makes a good shade or windbreak tree. Thrives in a sunny to partly shaded position in moist, well drained soil. Tolerates coastal conditions. Protect from frost when young. Corymbia ficifolia grows 6-15m high and 5-10m wide.
Common Name Red Flowering Gum Plant Type Evergreen, Native Australian Plant, Outdoor, Perennial, Tree Range Native Trees 20/2021 Dimensions 6-15m high x 5-10m wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Australian Native Yes Deciduous No Evergreen Yes Flower Colour Orange, Pink, Red Foliage Colour Green, Grey Botanical Genus Corymbia Botanical Species ficifolia Flower Type Cyme Foliage Type Subulate - Tapering Point, Awl-shaped Width 1000 cm Height 1500 cm
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