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Eucalyptus - Narrow-leaved Ironbark

$4.90

An erect tree with hard deeply furrowed black persistent bark and narrowed drooping leaves. One of the important commercial timbers of Qld with hard reddish durable timber used for heavy construction. A slower growing eucalypt.
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Eucalyptus - Blackbutt

$3.75 ($3.75-$4.90 choose a size)

Identified by the stocking of rough bark, to about halfway up the trunk, above this is white smooth bark. Economically, it is one of Australia's most important hardwoods. Koala food tree. It can grow to approximately 40m and have a diameter of 3m. It is stunning to find large, old specimens of this Eucalypt which can be found growing naturally from Southern QLD to southern NSW.
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Eucalyptus - Sydney Bluegum

$3.90 ($3.90-$4.90 choose a size)

This fast growing, elegant gum is valuable in plantation forestry. The white bark is often rough at base and smooth above. Favours hill slope locations and warm humid conditions. Natural distribution along the coast and nearby ranges of New South Wales and Queensland.
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Eucalyptus - River Red Gum

$4.90

Iconic Red Gum, growing along inland rivers. Provides habitat and food for a wide variety of keystone species - mammals, bird and insects. Handsome, spreading and extremely long lived tree with smooth cream bark, often with brown, pink and grey strips with a short skirt of persistent bark. It has a widespread distribution along the Murray Darling river system, preferring clay soil and they are crucial in regulating water tables. They thrive when subjected to routine flooding, and suffer when this is removed. Limbs are known to fall without warning so should be planted away from habitation. Hollow bearing so a very important tree for hollow dependent nesting wildlife. Wood is tough and termite resistant.

Eucalyptus - Swamp bloodwood

$4.90 ($4.90-$17.75 choose a size)

Distinctive large shiny leaves and showy flowers borne in pendent panicles, ranging from white to pink, apricot or red. Large ribbed seed capsules follow. This is an attractive medium sized tree endemic to the Top End, from the Kimberly to northwest Queensland. Trees show good resistance to cyclone damage. Seeds are edible in their raw state.

Lemon scented gum

$4.90

A clean straight tree of graceful appearance but often sparsely canopied. The smooth bark is a pinkish grey, and the leaves have a strong lemon scented odour when crushed.

Eucalyptus - Forest Red Gum

$4.90

Frequently tall with a thick trunk gracing river flats on the east coast of Australia. Provides habitat and food for a wide variety of species - mammals, bird and insects. This is an important Koala food tree and as it is a hollow forming tree it provides nesting habitat for those species that depend on them for breeding. In areas of lower fertility and rainfall it can be stouter with a short trunk and heavily branched crown. To maximise the use of these trees by Koalas, an avenue planting providing an escape root from predators, including dogs and cattle, is very important. Long lived, helping to keep water tables low.

Eucalyptus - Flooded Gum

$4.90

One of the noblest of the large eucalypts. Originates from high rainfall regions of Aust. Can reach up to 60m. Smooth whitish or blue-grey bark. Clusters of white blossoms.

Eucalyptus - Swamp mahogony

$4.90

A strong-growing, tough tree that does well in poor swampy or salty soil; also adaptable to a dry climate. The leaves are a very dark green, the bark is dark and rough, and pink flowers are produced in copious quantities. These trees produce nesting hollows as they age so are a great tree to plant in farmland, bush regeneration and even as landscape specimens

Eucalyptus - Tallowwood

$4.90

This tall tree is often found on the edge of rainforests. It has soft, fibrous, orange bark and a dense crown. Tallowwood is so named due to the greasy feel of the wood when cut, and is a known koala feed tree.

Eucalyptus - Plunkett Mallee

$4.90

A small slender tree with a mallee habit with grey-green adult foliage. Showy white flowers Oct-Jan. Adapts to most soils in a warm site. This plant has a limited distribution in southern Qld and is considered rare in the wild. Protect from frost while young.

Eucalyptus - Small fruited Grey Gum

$4.90

A beautiful tall, elegant tree, 35 m or so high, with a tall, straight cylindrical trunk. Prized for the strength and durability of their timber. The bark sheds to the ground, there is no collar. Koala tree.

Eucalyptus - Spotted Gum

$4.90

Hardy and Both the foliage and the trunks are beautiful, making it an ideal choice where the space is available. Well-grown stock should grow quickly, and provide beautiful character within a few years after planting. Hardy and durable timber used for multiple purposes. See http://www.timber.net.au

Bloodwood - Red

$2.95 ($2.95-$17.90 choose a size)

A fast growing tree suitable for use as a street tree and park planting. Tolerates a wide variety of soils provided adequate moisture is available in the establishment period. Flowers are quite ornamental and showy since they are produced on the outside of the canopy. Copious nectar production attracts a wide range of both invertebrate and vertebrate fauna. Seeds are eaten by cockatoos. Glider possums actively scar this tree and trunk and branches to access the sap flow for food. Older trees develop hollow bearing branches which provide breeding and roosting opportunities for a diverse range of species.

Eucalyptus - Gympie Messmate

$17.95

Gympie messmate is an important commercial wood products tree in Queensland that produces high quality, strong, extremely durable and attractive timber. Although only small volumes are harvested from native forests in Queensland, it has a well-established market, and is in demand nationally. Gympie messmate timber from native forest has been used for a range of construction, engineering, appearance products and round timbers.

Eucalyptus - Lemon Ironbark

$3.90 ($3.90-$17.90 choose a size)

The complex essential oil is distilled from the leaves and used for flavouring and aromatherapy. The whole leaf is also used as a bushfood spice and herb-tea ingredient. It is used like a bay-leaf in savoury cooking, and is also used in confectionery and teas. It has a fruity-lemon flavour, with a rosemary-like edge. A small rough barked sclerophyll tree that grows naturally in pure stands on hills in the Palmer River region of Cape York.

Eucalyptus - Scribbly Gum

$4.90

A medium sized tree with smooth white bark that is marked with blotches and scribbles. A primary Koala tree in its natural range which includes dry Eucalyptus forest or swampy areas along the east coast.

Eucalyptus - Dunns White Gum

$3.95

A tall spreading gum, native to North Eastern NSW. The bark is shed in long strips revealing a smooth white bark, but is often scaly and corky at the trunk base. Highly recommended for quick growing forestry plantations.

Eucalyptus - Grey Ironbark

$3.95

A dark trunked forest tree with grey furrowed bark. When in flower, the nectar is attractive to birds and insects, and is used in honey production.

Eucalyptus - Red mahogony

$3.95

Has reddish brown, stringy bark, persisting to the smaller branches. Red mahogany is well regarded for its high quality timber, being very hard, heavy, and having dark-red heartwood.

Eucalyptus - White Gum

$1.95

It grows as a small to medium tree from 5 to 18 m high with a spreading crown of 5 to 15 m. The short trunk is often bent and has smooth grey to white powdery bark. Freshly-exposed new bark is pink.

Eucalyptus - White Mahogany

$1.95

Well regarded for the high quality of timber. Somewhat similar to tallowwood but not as greasy. The wood is resistant to termites.

Eucalyptus - Narrow-leaved Ironbark

$4.90

An erect tree with hard deeply furrowed black persistent bark and narrowed drooping leaves. One of the important commercial timbers of Qld with hard reddish durable timber used for heavy construction. A slower growing eucalypt.
  Special  

Eucalyptus - Blackbutt

$3.75 ($3.75-$4.90 choose a size)

Identified by the stocking of rough bark, to about halfway up the trunk, above this is white smooth bark. Economically, it is one of Australia's most important hardwoods. Koala food tree. It can grow to approximately 40m and have a diameter of 3m. It is stunning to find large, old specimens of this Eucalypt which can be found growing naturally from Southern QLD to southern NSW.
Special Offer: Buy 4+ @$3.75ea usually:$4.90ea
  Special  

Eucalyptus - Sydney Bluegum

$3.90 ($3.90-$4.90 choose a size)

This fast growing, elegant gum is valuable in plantation forestry. The white bark is often rough at base and smooth above. Favours hill slope locations and warm humid conditions. Natural distribution along the coast and nearby ranges of New South Wales and Queensland.
Special Offer: Buy 4+ @$3.90ea usually:$4.90ea

Eucalyptus - River Red Gum

$4.90

Iconic Red Gum, growing along inland rivers. Provides habitat and food for a wide variety of keystone species - mammals, bird and insects. Handsome, spreading and extremely long lived tree with smooth cream bark, often with brown, pink and grey strips with a short skirt of persistent bark. It has a widespread distribution along the Murray Darling river system, preferring clay soil and they are crucial in regulating water tables. They thrive when subjected to routine flooding, and suffer when this is removed. Limbs are known to fall without warning so should be planted away from habitation. Hollow bearing so a very important tree for hollow dependent nesting wildlife. Wood is tough and termite resistant.

Eucalyptus - Swamp bloodwood

$4.90 ($4.90-$17.75 choose a size)

Distinctive large shiny leaves and showy flowers borne in pendent panicles, ranging from white to pink, apricot or red. Large ribbed seed capsules follow. This is an attractive medium sized tree endemic to the Top End, from the Kimberly to northwest Queensland. Trees show good resistance to cyclone damage. Seeds are edible in their raw state.

Eucalyptus - Forest Red Gum

$4.90

Frequently tall with a thick trunk gracing river flats on the east coast of Australia. Provides habitat and food for a wide variety of species - mammals, bird and insects. This is an important Koala food tree and as it is a hollow forming tree it provides nesting habitat for those species that depend on them for breeding. In areas of lower fertility and rainfall it can be stouter with a short trunk and heavily branched crown. To maximise the use of these trees by Koalas, an avenue planting providing an escape root from predators, including dogs and cattle, is very important. Long lived, helping to keep water tables low.

Lemon scented gum

$4.90

A clean straight tree of graceful appearance but often sparsely canopied. The smooth bark is a pinkish grey, and the leaves have a strong lemon scented odour when crushed.

Eucalyptus - Flooded Gum

$4.90

One of the noblest of the large eucalypts. Originates from high rainfall regions of Aust. Can reach up to 60m. Smooth whitish or blue-grey bark. Clusters of white blossoms.

Eucalyptus - Swamp mahogony

$4.90

A strong-growing, tough tree that does well in poor swampy or salty soil; also adaptable to a dry climate. The leaves are a very dark green, the bark is dark and rough, and pink flowers are produced in copious quantities. These trees produce nesting hollows as they age so are a great tree to plant in farmland, bush regeneration and even as landscape specimens

Eucalyptus - Tallowwood

$4.90

This tall tree is often found on the edge of rainforests. It has soft, fibrous, orange bark and a dense crown. Tallowwood is so named due to the greasy feel of the wood when cut, and is a known koala feed tree.

Eucalypts - Gum trees Reviews & Tips

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Tim
★★★★★ 1y ago

Bowral / Falls Creek, NSW, Australia

Eucalypts - Gum trees

Grows very well on NSW Sth Coast - skeletal sandstone top soil and heavy clay subsoil. Some issues with borer

Rolf
18y ago

Bankstown, NSW, Australia

Eucalyptus citriodora - Lemon scented gum

New name is Corymbia citriodora

Rolf
18y ago

Bankstown, NSW, Australia

Eucalyptus citriodora - Lemon scented gum

Fast grower.Firewood tree. will regrow when cut,so is good continual mulch source.Dry leaves are extremely flammable so good fire kindle etc.

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