Corymbia maculata – spotted gum

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Large native statement tree with a tall, straight trunk, beautifully mottled like designer camouflage, as old bark sheds in summer.

Fragrant flowers produce good quality pollen for bees, nectar for honeyeaters; and leaves are eaten by koalas. It's well worth planting if you have the space.

flower and bark images: rexness cropped to size.

We can't ship this product to South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia.

Corymbia maculata - spotted gum

APPEARANCE :  Australian native tree with shedding bark in summer, smooth and cream coloured with grey spots from old bark creating a mottled appearance. Foliage is dark green and glossy with small, fragrant white flowers right through autumn and winter.
ORIGIN : Native to most of eastern Australia, and found across the south and west also
USE FOR : Excellent for screening, shade, or as a specimen tree; revegetation and koala habitat. Good paddock tree as the thick bark resists gnawing. A large tree for rural areas and acreage.
CLIMATE : Is able to withstand dry periods as it has low water needs compared to other eucalypts. Can be frost tender in prolonged frost sites.
PLANTING: Plant in well drained soil in full sun. Avoid clay soils and waterlogged soil. Apply mulch and continue to water regularly until the plant is established. Usually around 12 weeks. Fertilise using native fertiliser early spring.
CARE : Stake and protect from strong wind until the plant is established.
HEIGHT :  30m H x 10m W.
YOUR PLANTS : These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.
You can see an example in the image gallery.
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We're not able to ship this product to South Australia, Tasmania or Western Australia for biosecurity reasons.

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