Compare the specifications of Eucalyptus torquata x woodwardii 'Torwood' varieties.

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Tree Eucalyptus torquata x woodwardii 'Torwood' Torwood Coral Gum




Description This small evergreen, native tree is a spectacular hybrid cross between E. torquata and E. woodwardia, which are both endemic to Western Australia. It has beautiful blue-green foliage. Flowers are produced in spring and summer and are commonly large and clustered in a pretty mix of orange, scarlet and yellow tones.    
Mature Size 7 x 6m    
Uses Growing below 8m tall, and with such beautiful flowering, it is a good selection as a feature or street tree in a dry environment.    
Position & Soil Bird attracting, this tree will thrive in an open, sunny, well-drained position. Drought and frost tolerant once established, it prefers a dry, low rainfall environment. Is very suited to coastal conditions. Refrain from high phosphorus fertilisers.    
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Substitutes Eucalyptus lacrimans
Eucalyptus torquata
Eucalyptus victrix
Eucalyptus woodwardii
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