This Australian native tree is indigenous to eastern Australia. It has distinctive, very dark brown to black coloured bark which is deeply furrowed and does not shed. The dramatic bark provides contrast to the foliage which is blue-grey-green mix in colour. From winter to early spring, pink to red flowers are borne in clusters of seven. This tree creates a great habitat for native fauna and is a valuable source for honey production.
|Common Name||Red Flowering Ironbark|
|Mature Size||15 x 6-10m|
|Species||Sideroxylon rosea 1|
|A great tree that can be used in streetscapes and avenue planting. Creates great habitat for native fauna.|
|Position & Soil|
|Prefers full sun and will tolerate most soils. Can grow in very infertile soil. A hardy tree that can grow in areas of very little rainfall but can also tolerate high rainfall.|
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|Based in Melbourne, Australia, our trucks deliver into Melbourne and its greater metropolitan area, Monday to Friday only. We utilise green life freight companies to deliver beyond that point into country Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. We have certification ICA42 for the treatment of Myrtaceae stock delivered into South Australia. Due to quarantine restrictions we are unable to deliver into Western Australia and Tasmania. International delivery is not offered.|
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