Corymbia calophylla

Marri      Synonym: Eucalyptus calophylla

Tree to 40m (sometimes to 60m).

Family: MYRTACEAE

Genus: Corymbia

Species: calophylla

Origin: Busselton and Surrounds

Soil Preferences: Clay Loam, Granite, Gravel, Laterite, Sand, Sandy Clay

Tolerances: Clay, Dieback Disease, Drought Tolerant, Heavy Soils

Plant Uses: Bird Attracting, Bird Attracting - Black Cockatoos, Bird Attracting - Honeyeaters, Bird Attracting - Insect Eaters, Bird Attracting - Seed Eaters, Butterfly Attracting, Cut Flowers, Feature Tree, Floral Art, Honey, Insect attracting, Interesting Buds or Fruit, Interesting flowers, Medicinal, Native Teas and Beverages, Noongar Culture, Resin, Shelterbelt, Wildlife Habitat, Windbreak, Woodwork

Growth Forms: Large Eucalypts, Trees

Size Range: 8m+

Lifespan: Perennial

Flowering Times: Autumn, Summer

Flowering Months: 01 Jan, 02 Feb, 03 Mar, 04 Apr, 05 May, 12 Dec

Flowering Colours: Pink, White

FloraBase: https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/browse/profile/17104

Wholesale Availability:   Available for wholesale ordering and purchase at the Nursery.

Please call us on 0429644885 to enquire about purchasing.

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