Angophora floribunda – Rough-barked Apple

A medium to large evergreen tree with a spreading canopy, native to Eastern Australia. It produces profuse clusters of creamy white flowers through mid-spring and summer which attracts birds and bees. Each year, it sheds its bark which is a brown/grey colour that is fibrous and fissured.

A drought-tolerant tree once established and can handle high wind, first line salt wind and light frost.

Uses: Street or park tree, native garden, feature tree, ornamental, shade and shelter.


Dimensions: Height: 15 – 20+ metres |  Width: 10+ metres

Flowering: Cream-white flowers in summer

Aspect: Full sun / part shade
Soil type: Deep alluvial sandy and shale soils, well-drained floodplains and watercourses
Planting rates: 0.2/m2

Maintenance: Moderate watering until established.

Available sizes: 200mm pots & 25L
Availability: contact Bluedale Wholesale Nursery for current availability list or to discuss our pre-grow commercial plant service.