Corymbia eximia ‘nana’


A dwarf form of Corymbia eximia with broad, evergreen foliage and only growing into a medium sized tree (around 8 metres). The bark is rough and patchy and the trunk can be gnarled in places; a show of creamy-yellow flowers appear in spring which attract bees and nectar-feeding birds. It is relatively fast growing, and once established is tolerant of poor soils, drought and only light frost. Its neat growing shape makes it and ideal shade or street tree.

Photos courtesy of Angus Stewart –¬†

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