SPOTTED GUM FACTS
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The Spotted Gum is a medium to tall eucalypt. The distinctive trunk is blotched with patches of old bark remaining on the new smooth, cream bark underneath. The leaves are lance shapes and 10cm - 20 cm long. It has white flowers in winter and spring. Flowers are not a prominent as some other corymbia species. Fruits are barrel shaped and about 15 mm in diameter.
20m - 30m
10m - 20m
Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria.,
|Common Name:||Spotted gum|
Relatives in same Genus
Corymbia 'Summer Red'