Category Archives: Corymbia

Corymbia bella

A beautiful stately Ghostgum, this 8-10 (20) metre tree grows from Broome to most points north, and East to the Edgar Range and East Kimberley. A slightly weeping habit, clusters of white flowers and a smooth white trunk are the … Continue reading

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Corymbia candida

A desert species of Ghost Gum, this small to medium tree has a smooth white bark, and opposite small and dark coloured leaves, which stands out in the desert environment.

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Corymbia pachycarpa …

A twin leaf Bloodwood, this species features hairy, pointed flower buds. Similar to C.zygophylla, the Broome Bloodwood, this species is found in the Great Sandy Desert through to the Tanami desert, generally found as a small tree or Mallee. This … Continue reading

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Corymbia grandifolia subsp. lamprocardia

Grand spreading Ghost Gum to 15m, with smooth bark and white flowers, from the central to north parts of the Kimberley. Check the size of the person next to the trunk.  

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Corymbia greeniana

Medium West Kimberley species¬† to 8m, with white flowers and small urn shaped fruits. Formerly E.dampieri, Dampier’s Bloodwood.

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Corymbia cliftoniana

Small Kimberley Bloodwood, featuring large round nuts.

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Corymbia cliftoniana

Small West Kimberley Bloodwood with globular seed capsules

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Corymbia collina

Silver leafed Bloodwood from the Central Kimberley. Medium to tall tree, usually straight, with box like bark, cream flowers and urn shaped nuts to 3cm long. Striking silver coloured new growth.  

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Corymbia flavescens

Small to medium gum described as Cabbage-leaf Ghost Gum, common in the Kimberley region.

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Corymbia polycarpa

Long-fruited Bloodwood, stately tree, mainly in moist soils, large clusters of cream flowers.

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