Corymbia eximia ‘Nana’ – Dwarf Yellow Bloodwood

A smaller form of the Yellow Bloodwood, this small tree grows to around eight metres tall. It has a gnarly trunk, patchy brown-grey bark, broad leaves, and masses of creamy blossoms in spring. The flowers attract nectar loving birds to feast on them. Tolerates light frost, poor soils and drought. A good shade tree.

Family : Myrtaceae
Cultivar Name: Nana
Plant Type : Small tree
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Flowering Time : Spring
Soil Type : Loamy, Sandy loam, Clay loam, Poor soil
Climate Zone : Warm temperate, Cool temperate, Mediterranean
Growth Habit : Evergreen, Spreading
Soil Moisture : Dry, Well-drained
Special Uses : Honey producing plant
Scientific Name: Corymbia eximia
Common Name : Dwarf Yellow Bloodwood
Height : 8
Flower Color : Cream
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Plant Environment : Coastal garden, Drought resistant
Light : Sunny, Light shade
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Attracts Wildlife : Bees, Nectar eating birds