Pot Size: 100lt, 200lt, 300lt, 400lt, 45lt, 75lt. The species is naturalized in Western Australia and South Australia and in areas of New South Wales and Victoria outside its natural range. Corymbia maculata. Some November-ready selections Varieties ready for November 8 Trees. C.henryi is restricted to an area between about Brisbane and Coffs Harbour. Line drawings (as Eucalyptus maculata). Spotted gum grows on a wide range of soils types, but commonly in areas with poorer clay subsoils. © 2010-2021 GardensOnline Shopping Pty. None the less, they attract honey eating birds. The flowers are followed by brown, barrel shaped fruits about 15 mm in diameter. Australian Wildflowers Australian Native Flowers Australian Plants Illustration Botanique Plant Illustration Vintage Botanical Prints Botanical Drawings Botanical Flowers Botanical Art. Growing and retailing a wide range of native plants since 1974. Description: Genus – Corymbia. This species is too large for suburban gardens. The wood is medium to heavy in weight, in the 750 to 1080 kgs per cubic meter (47 to 67 lbs per cubic foot) range, and has moderate to good natural resistance to rot, decay and wood-boring insects. Corymbia maculata produce oodles of nectar, and as rainbow lorikeets enjoy nectar as part of their diet they have been spending long hours partying at the tops of the trees, where most of the flowers are to be found. Discover (and save!) The leaves are eaten by koalas. Australian Plant Image Index, photographers Brooker & Kleinig, north of Batemans Bay. Its flowers are important for honey production. It is hard, very tough and used for construction, fibreboard and plywood. Corymbia citriodora, commonly known as lemon-scented gum or spotted gum, is a species of tall tree that is endemic to north-eastern Australia. The Spotted Gum is botanically called Corymbia maculata. Under discussion. Tree. Soil Type: Clay & Sandy. Zone: 10. The flowers are two centimetres in diameter, white, fragrant and carried in clusters of three to five. Moderately fast growing tree. It has smooth white to pink bark, narrow lance-shaped to curved adult leaves, flower buds in groups of three, white flowers and urn-shaped or barrel-shaped fruit. The gum nuts are large and barrel shaped. The bark is smooth with brown/grey mottled appearance and dimples the length of the trunk. It has smooth, mottled bark, lance-shaped to curved adult leaves, flower buds usually in groups of three, white flowers and urn-shaped or barrel-shaped fruit. Prolific flowering occurs between May and September. Soil type. The leaves are oblong and the flowers are . Painting from E Minchin Flowers and Ferns of New South Wales (1897) Bark. Large-leaved spotted gum, Corymbia henryi, is very similar in appearance to C.maculata and occurs in part of the same range. Corymbia maculata is an evergreen tree with a large crown; it usually grows around 35 - 45 metres tall, with exceptionally large trees reaching 70 metres. The bark sheds in summer and is smooth and cream in colour with grey spots from the older bark, providing contrast and interest with its mottled appearance. Frost tolerant. Corymbia maculata is a tall, majestic Australian Native with a decorative silver-grey, spotted and dimpled trunk. Genus Elaeagnus can be deciduous or evergreen shrubs or small trees, with simple, often silvery-scaled leaves, and small fragrant tubular flowers borne in clusters in the leaf axils, and followed by small juicy fruit Corymbia maculata is widely distributed in a narrow coastal belt that extends from south-east Queensland to southern New South Wales. Tree. When flowering it is an absolute mass of brilliant red to orange blossom. An ideal specimen, shade or shelter tree for parks, farmlands and revegetation areas. var TheImage; Leaves are a mid green and lanceolate. Note: email address will not be displayed. Corymbia is a genus of about 113 species of tree that were classified as Eucalyptus species until the mid-1990’s. Position: Full Sun, Full Sun to Part Shade, Part Shade, Part Sun. 3. At up to 2 m per year the growth rate of Corymbia citriodora is impressive and you can anticipate an elegant 20 m tree within 10 years. The tree likes Sun to half-shade at the location and the soil should be . Common Name: Spotted Gum Plant Type: Evergreen, Native Australian Plant, Outdoor, Perennial, Tree Range: Native Trees 19/2020 Dimensions: 15-30m high x 12-15m wide Sunlight: Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting: No Australian Native: Yes Deciduous: No Evergreen: Yes Flower Colour: White Folia Other common names oleaster 'Maculata' . }. Cluster of vivid red flowers of Corymbia ficifolia / Eucalyptus ficifolia Australian native gum tree on dark background Annual shedding of old bark on Corymbia citriodora tree, Victoria, Australia. Based in South Australia, specialising in mainstream, rare and unusual perennial plants along with roses and ornamental trees. TheButtonPintrest = document.getElementById("ButtonPintrest"); The Tree is a deciduous tree, it will be up to 45 m (148 ft) high. function OnButtonPintrest(TheImageId) { Corymbia maculata 'ST2' Toombah Spotted Gum. Prolific flowering occurs between May and September. White flowers are displayed from late winter until spring. Corymbia maculata is a very ornamental tree but be warned. var TheButtonPintrest; MYRTACEA FAMILY The Native Shop cannot send any plants in the Myrtacea Family into SA & NT. This is a fairly generic term, but commonly refers to Corymbia ficifolia and all the various grafted cultivars of this genus.. TheImage = document.getElementById(TheImageId); As it flowers in winter it is important for winter honey production and maintenance of healthy beehives. The tree flowers prolifically every year. Maintenance: Need very little maintenance. Cream flowers during May to September. Leaves are lance-like, dark green and rather shiny on both surfaces with prominent venation. A beautifull, tall, straight trunked, smoothbarked tree with white flowers. Common name: Spotted gum. Brown or Mostly Green Capsule, Small (0.25 - 0.50 inches), fruiting in Summer or Fall. The specimen, in our cold climate garden, is over 15 years old and has reached a height of ten metres. Expected dimensions when fully grown: 45m height and 15m width Plant Group: Australian Trees Genus: Corymbia Species 'Var': maculata Common Name: 'Spotted Gum' Quick Facts: This beautiful tall tree from coastal eastern Australia grows to around 30m high. Even in our frosty climate C. maculata has survived and thrived. TUBESTOCK Spotted Gum 25m x 10-20m White Flower. Spotted Gum timber has many uses. Has perfect flowers (male and female parts in each flower). Need very little maintenance. When first planted ensure that they are watered regularly. In winter in produces large Corymbia maculata (Spotted Gum) Spotted Gum has smooth powdery bark which is white, grey or pink. The leaves are dark green and glossy and from autumn to winter, small clusters of fragrant white flowers appear attracting birds and honey bees to the area. Bird Attracting. Corymbia maculata is a lovely tall, straight trunked tree that is too big for average gardens. They will tolerate and mild frosts once established. Foliage is a deep green, long and narrow. The bole is distinctively straight and can be very long, it is usually 100 - 130cm in diameter, but sometimes reaches 300cm or more. They are also tolerant of Phytophthora cinnamomi. Will grow in a wide range well drained soils. Nov 18, 2016 - This Pin was discovered by Katarzyna Kolanko. This information is provided as a free service to viewers. your own Pins on Pinterest Corymbia maculata, commonly known as spotted gum, is species of medium-sized to tall tree that is endemic to eastern Australia. Lime Tolerant. An elegant tall growing tree Corymbia maculata is one of a number of species commonly called the ‘Spotted Gum’. These trees tolerate coastal conditions and salt laden winds. There is also an isolated population in eastern Victoria. Discover (and save!) The original species Corymbia ficifolia is a sturdy tree from W.A., with thick green leaves and very variable height, from as low as 2m to as tall as 12-15m. The flowers are two centimetres in diameter, white, fragrant and carried in clusters of three to five. Very similar in appearance to C.maculata and occurs in Part of the trunk,! 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