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Growing colourful trees such as Eucalyptus ficifolia (commonly known as Red Flowering Gum) in your garden delivers a vast range of benefits:

We have the largest variety of Corymbia ficifolia and Corymbia citriodora, and the right one for your space. These have been selected to thrive in NZ’s climate. We stock only the highest quality plants, sourcing them locally, and from NZ’s leading nurseries. Each plant is packed and transported with extreme care, ensuring it arrives to you in the same condition it was in when it left the nursery. If you are wanting to buy Corymbia ficifolia, shop with confidence from the best in the industry.

Corymbia Questions

1. What is the common name for Corymbia?

The common name for Corymbia is bloodwood. Corymbia is a genus of about 100 species of trees that are native to Australia. Bloodwoods are known for their red sap, which is often visible on the bark of the trees. Bloodwoods are also known for their beautiful flowers, which can be red, orange, yellow, or white.

Bloodwoods are an important part of the Australian landscape and are used for a variety of purposes, including timber, firewood, and medicinal purposes. Bloodwood timber is used to make a variety of products, including furniture, flooring, and musical instruments. Bloodwood firewood is a popular choice for cooking and heating. Bloodwood leaves and bark are also used to make traditional Aboriginal medicines.

Here are some of the most common species of bloodwoods:

Bloodwoods are a beautiful and important part of the Australian landscape. If you have the opportunity to see a bloodwood tree, be sure to take a moment to appreciate its beauty and its significance to the Australian people.

2. What is Corymbia ficifolia used for?

Corymbia Ficifolia, also known as Red Flowering Gum, has a variety of uses, including:

In addition to these specific uses, Corymbia Ficifolia also provides a number of general environmental benefits, such as:

3. What is the difference between Corymbia and eucalyptus?

Corymbia and Eucalyptus are two closely related genera of trees that are native to Australia. They are both members of the family Myrtaceae, and they share many similarities in appearance and growth habit. However, there are also some key differences between the two genera.

One of the most obvious differences between Corymbia and Eucalyptus is the color of their flowers. Corymbia flowers are typically red, orange, or yellow, while Eucalyptus flowers are typically white or green. Another difference is the shape of the fruit. Corymbia fruit is typically cup-shaped, while Eucalyptus fruit is typically bell-shaped.

Corymbia and Eucalyptus trees also differ in their distribution. Corymbia trees are found primarily in the tropics and subtropics of Australia, while Eucalyptus trees are found throughout Australia, including in the temperate regions.

Finally, Corymbia and Eucalyptus trees differ in their chemical composition. Corymbia trees typically contain higher levels of terpenes, which are compounds that give plants their characteristic aromas. Eucalyptus trees typically contain higher levels of cineole, which is a compound that is used in many commercial products, such as cough drops and chest rubs.

4. What is the lifespan of a Corymbia tree?

The lifespan of a Corymbia tree varies depending on the species and the growing conditions. However, most Corymbia trees have a lifespan of 100-200 years. Some species, such as the Corymbia calophylla (marri), can live for up to 500 years.

5. Is corymbia ficifolia muchea red?

Corymbia ficifolia ‘Muchea Red’ is prized for its stunning deep red flowers, which bloom profusely in spring and summer. The flowers are large and showy, with clusters of long, red stamens that attract bees and other pollinators. In contrast to the typical cream or orange flowers of the standard Corymbia ficifolia, the ‘Muchea Red’ offers a vibrant and striking alternative.

6. Is Corymbia ficifolia an evergreen?

Corymbia ficifolia is an evergreen tree. It retains its leaves all year round, unlike deciduous trees that lose their leaves in the autumn or winter.

7. How do you propagate Corymbia ficifolia?

There are two main ways to propagate Corymbia ficifolia:

1. From seeds:

2. From cuttings:

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