Corymbia maculata TUBESTOCK
MYRTACEA FAMILY - Native
Corymbia maculata, also known as spotted gum, is an Australian Native tree that is commonly found in eastern Australia. With its smooth, mottled bark and unique features such as lance-shaped leaves, flower buds in groups of three, and urn-shaped or barrel-shaped fruit, it adds a touch of elegance and beauty to any landscape.
Its magnificent silver-grey, spotted trunk, as well as its ability to thrive in various soil types and tolerate harsh conditions, make it a popular choice for parks, farmlands, and revegetation areas.
It can grow up to 30m in height and 15m in width, making it an ideal specimen, shade, or shelter tree for any open and sunny location. With proper care, it can reach its full potential within the first ten years of growth.
Important Biosecurity Information - Government regulations prohibit 'Myrtacea Family' plants being sent into South Australia & Northern Territory or any live plants being sent to Western Australia, Tasmania or overseas.