Eucalyptus fibrosa – Red Ironbark

(Also known as Broad-Leaved Ironbark or Broad-Leaved Red Ironbark)

Eucalyptus fibrosa, commonly known as the Red Ironbark, is a species of medium-sized to tall tree endemic to eastern Australia. It has grey to black ironbark, It has rough, grey to black, sometimes flaky ironbark from the base of the trunk to the thinner branches.lance-shaped to egg-shaped adult leaves, flower buds in groups of between seven and eleven, white flowers and conical fruit.

Uses: Magnificent feature specimen for parks and large gardens, an ideal tree for contrast.

Dimensions: Height: Up to 35 metres

Flowering: White and cream flowers most of the year 

Aspect: Full sun
Soil type: Suits most soil types. Prefers moist, well- drained soil. Can grow on shallow, relatively infertile soil.
Planting rates: Mass planting: Tubes 5 to 7/m2.  Pots 3 to 5/m2  | Specimen planting: Tubes 3/m2.  Pots 1 to 3/m2

Maintenance: Minimal, water well while establishing

Available sizes: tubestock & 140mm pots
Availability: contact Bluedale Wholesale Nursery for current availability list or to discuss our pre-grow commercial plant service.