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Close up detail of flower buds on a colvillea racemosa (Colville's Glory) tree growing in the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.By Craig Franklin CC BY-SA 3.0 au (Photo Credits)
Botanical Name: Colvillea racemosa

Known for its bright orange flowers that grow in large cone or cylinder shaped clusters. After flowering, the tree produces long, flat, woody seed pods. The tree has small deep green leaves, superficially similar to poinciana. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds. Legume.

Warning: All parts of plant are poisonous if ingested

Handling plant may cause skin irritation or allergic reaction

Plant has spines or sharp edges; use extreme caution when handling

Pollen may cause allergic reaction

Other Names: Whip Tree
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$17.75 0 Seedling Pot: 0.5L
Height: 20-30cm
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Colvillea racemosa

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I bought this tree at a market it almost died but now it would be about 40 ft by 30 ft full of flowers | Victor Otto - Bowen Delta, QLD 29-Apr-2015

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Our neighbour has got a glorious Colvillea racemosain full flower (January) . It is at least 12metres high and s looking great in spite of the drought. It is also squeaking with the sound of Lorikeets. | Sheila Thompson - Brisbane, QLD 01-Feb-2019
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