The Coral Gum (EUCALYPTUS torquata) is native to Goldfields in Western Australia. A challenging plant to care for, but it rewards with a conspicuous show of prolific pink flowers between spring and summer. These coral-pink or creamy flowers have an abundant nectar supply, making it a good source of food for local birds and native wildlife.
Works well as a feature tree in water-wise gardens and native plantings.
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The Coral Gum grow best in full sun and is able to grow in a variety of soils including poor, shallow or rocky soils. Tolerates dry summers and urban environments. Needs good drainage.
Plant Type Native Tree Mature Dimensions (Height x Spread) 4–10m x 2–6m Sun Exposure Full Sun Bird / Wildlife Attracting Yes Foliage Type Lanceolate Foliage Colour Green Flowering Yes Flower Colour Coral-Pink, Cream