Corymbia citriodora 

Corymbia citriodora 

Categories: Corymbia Native Trees
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  • Growth Rate

    Moderate to fast.

  • Foliage

    Adult leaves are light green, smooth, narrow lanceolate up to 16 cm long and 2 cm wide, slighlt drooping in appearance. The juvenile foliage tends to be more broad and have a wavy margin. When crushed the leaves have strong citronella or lemon aroma.

  • Bark

    Decorative. Entirely smooth, uniformly coloured pale grey, some specimens can look slightly pink at times, peeling annually exposing a creamy surface underneath.

  • Ornamental Fruit

    Barrel-shaped up to 1.5 cm long, three valves enclosed.

  • Tree Habit

    A tall erect and graceful growing tree with a long trunk and sparsely foliaged canopy. Eventually forms quite a large tree which requires adequate space to develop and spread.

  • Flowers

    Large, creamy-white flowers produced in terminal clusters of three to five buds. Generally flower in spring.

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