Eucalyptus macrandra is a tall shrub or small mallee tree with greyish smooth bark which sheds during late summer and autumn. The revealed new bark is greenish-brown to brown. The leaves are lanceolate, leathery and bright green. Lemon yellow coloured flowers emerge from elongated buds between December and March and are filled with nectar, making them attractive to native birds and insects.
|Common Name||Long-flowered Marlock|
|Mature Size||8 x 8m|
|The variety is small enough to be accommodated in a residential setting or other urban plantings such as parks and recreational reserves. A very useful eucalypt it can be used as a street or feature tree.|
|Position & Soil|
|This tree is tolerant of most soil types but prefers a open, well drained site in full sun to part shade.|
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