Corymbia intermedia – Pink Bloodwood

A medium to tall tree endemic to north-eastern Australia within 100km of the coastline. It has a rough, red-brown or grey-brown tessellated bark and glossy dark green leaves. Flowering occurs in the summer with profuse perfumed white or cream flowers, followed by urn-shaped gumnuts. Flowers attract nectar-feeding birds. Koala habitat, and pollen for bees.

Uses: re-vegetation, ornamental. Useful for protected seaside planting.

Dimensions: Height: 20 – 30 metres |  Width: 10 – 20 metres

Flowering: Profuse, perfumed white or cream flowers from December to March.

Aspect: Full sun but will handle some shade
Soil type: Thrives on loamy and sandy soils.
Planting rates: 0.2/m2

Maintenance: They are extremely low maintenance, just water regularly while establlishing.

Available sizes: tubestock & 45L
Availability: contact Bluedale Wholesale Nursery for current availability list or to discuss our pre-grow commercial plant service.