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  Corymbia ficifolia - Biocrawler
Corymbia ficifolia or the Red Flowering Gum (previously known as Eucalyptus ficifolia) is one of the most commonly planted ornamental trees in the broader eucalyptus family.
In nature Corymbia ficifolia prefers infertile, sandy soils but it is readily adaptable to most temperate locations, provided it is not exposed to severe frost or sustained tropical damp.
Corymbia ficifolia is a close relative of the West Australian Marri or Port Gregory Gum (Corymbia calophylla).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Corymbia_ficifolia   (474 words)

  
 Factsheet - Corymbia ficifolia
Corymbia ficifolia is one of three species of bloodwood found in the south-west of Western Australia.
Corymbia haematoxylon, which has a western coastal distribution from Mt Lesueur south to near Busselton, differs further in its distinctly tessellated bark, white flowers, and fruit much narrowed at the top, and Marri, C.
Eucalyptus ficifolia is very common and popular in horticulture, widely used throughout cooler coastal southern Australia as a street tree because of its massed colourful flowers that are highly attractive to humans, lorikeets and honeyeaters.
www.anbg.gov.au /cpbr/cd-keys/euclid3/euclidsample/html/Corymbia_ficifolia.htm   (433 words)

  
 Corymbia Ficifolia
''Corymbia ficifolia'' or the '''Red Flowering Gum''' (previously known as ''Eucalyptus ficifolia'') is one of the most commonly planted ornamental Tree s in the broader Eucalyptus family.
It is native to a very small area of south coastal Western Australia (measured in just tens of kilometres) to the east of Walpole, but is not considered under threat in the wild.
''Corymbia ficifolia'' is a close relative of the West Australian Marri or Port Gregory Gum ('' Corymbia Calophylla '').
www.seattleluxury.com /encyclopedia/entry/Corymbia_ficifolia   (487 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Corymbia ficifolia
Corymbia ficifolia thumbnail - my own picture File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version.
In nature Corymbia ficifolia prefers infertile, sandy soils but it is readily adaptable to most warm temperate locations, provided it is not exposed to severe frost or sustained tropical damp.
The genus Corymbia includes about 113 species of tree that were classified as eucalypts until the mid-1990s, including the bloodwoods and the ghost gums.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Corymbia-ficifolia   (907 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia
Corymbia ficifolia is one of around 80 eucalypts which were transferred in 1995 from the genus Eucalyptus to the newly created genus Corymbia.
C.ficifolia is superficially similar to Marri, Corymbia calophylla.
It differs in that it has barrel shaped fruits rather than urn shaped, its seeds are smaller and have wings, and its oil glands in the leaves are not prominent.
asgap.org.au /c-fic.html   (485 words)

  
  Corymbia ficifolia: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Corymbia ficifolia or the Red Flowering Gum (previously known as Eucalyptus ficifolia) is one of the most commonly planted ornamental trees in the broader eucalyptus family.
ficifolia is a close relative of the West Australian Marri or Port Gregory Gum (C.
ficifolia prefers infertile, sandy soils but it is readily adaptable to most temperate locations, provided it is not exposed to severe frost or sustained tropical damp.
www.encyclopedian.com /co/Corymbia-ficifolia.html   (478 words)

  
  Corymbia
The genus Corymbia includes about 113 species of tree that were classified as eucalypts until the mid-1990s, including the bloodwoods and the ghost gums.
All three genera - Angophora, Corymbia and Eucalyptus - are closely related, often difficult to tell apart, and are still commonly and correctly referred to as "eucalypts".
Corymbia ficifolia, also known as the Red Flowering Gum.
www.teachersparadise.com /ency/en/wikipedia/c/co/corymbia.html   (278 words)

  
 Factsheet - Corymbia ficifolia
Corymbia ficifolia is one of three species of bloodwood found in the south-west of Western Australia.
Corymbia haematoxylon, which has a western coastal distribution from Mt Lesueur south to near Busselton, differs further in its distinctly tessellated bark, white flowers, and fruit much narrowed at the top, and Marri, C.
Eucalyptus ficifolia is very common and popular in horticulture, widely used throughout cooler coastal southern Australia as a street tree because of its massed colourful flowers that are highly attractive to humans, lorikeets and honeyeaters.
www.publish.csiro.au /samples/euclidsample/html/Corymbia_ficifolia.htm   (433 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia
It is native to a very small area of coastal Western Australia (measured in just tens of kilometres) but is not considered under threat in the wild.
ficifolia is a close relative of the West Australian Marri or Port Gregory Gum (C.
It is difficult to graft but grows well from seed, typically taking about 7 years before it flowers for the first time and 15 to 20 years to reach something approaching its full size of anything between 2 and about 8 metres.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/co/Corymbia_ficifolia.html   (440 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Corymbia ficifolia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Corymbia ficifolia at Florabase, Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia.
Corymbia ficifolia, West Australian Marri, External links, Myrtales, Flora of Australia and Flora of Western Australia.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Corymbia_ficifolia   (532 words)

  
 SGAP -- GRAFTING TEHNIQUES
It was of course the Western Australian Flowering Gum, Corymbia ficifolia (previously Eucalyptus ficifolia).
ficifolia is grafted mainly onto C. ficifolia, calophylla and maculata rootstock's.
Grafting delivers true to colour flowers, but there is a bonus, grafted C. ficifolia trees commence flowering at a much younger age than seedlings do, usually in the first or second season after planting out.
www.hotkey.net.au /~sparrows1/sgap/sgap7b.html   (1517 words)

  
 Speaker Fon Ryan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Grafting delivers true colour but there is a bonus - grafted C. ficifolia trees commence flowering at a much younger age than seedling trees do.
Fon has chosen the C. ficifolia as a project to perfect the technique of grafting and was more than willing to share his knowledge with our attending members.
Fon's presentation was thought provoking and inspiring for those who are inclined to try grafting of C. ficifolia or another type of Eucalypt.
www.bulokebulletin.com /APS/FonRyan.htm   (270 words)

  
 DPI&F Note: Shoot blight of spotted gums in Queensland
RSB typically affects the new shoots of young trees and is characterised by the association of pure white, shiny or powdery, fungal lesions with grossly distorted leaves and curled or twisted stems.
In Queensland, RSB has been reported on a number of Corymbia species, mostly on young plants in tree nurseries, or in plantations up to three years of age.
Corymbia torelliana and several Angophora species are also susceptible in the glasshouse, but, appear to be immune under field conditions.
www2.dpi.qld.gov.au /hardwoodsqld/9469.html   (1685 words)

  
 Corymbia
Corymbia contains some Eucalyptus species that have now been reclassified as a Corymbia.
This species is closely related to Corymbia ficifolia, but is somewhat larger in size.
This species was previously known as Eucalyptus eximia, there is also a dwarf variety known as Corymbia eximia ssp nana.
www.australiaplants.com /corymbia.htm   (849 words)

  
 KBD: Kew Bibliographic Databases: Search results
A comparative study of the seedling leaf oils of the spotted gums: species of the Corymbia (Myrtaceae), section Politaria.
1999 Beta-triketones from Myrtaceae: isoleptospermone from Leptospermum scoparium and papuanone from Corymbia dallachiana J. Nat.
Discovery of the red flowering gum Corymbia ficifolia in the Stirling Range.
www.kew.org /kbd/advancedsearch.do?keywords=Corymbia   (214 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia risk assessment
Corymbia citriodora), Lemon-scented Gum is invasive in north-east Victoria
Eucalyptus ficifolia is a small, straggly, much branched tree to 6-12 m tall, with a broad leafy crown.
(1) "Eucalyptus ficifolia, a tender species not normally surviving temperatures lower than -1 deg to -4 deg C, is reported here to have survived 3 relatively mild winters in Dublin and to have flowered in September-November, 1976.
www.hear.org /pier/wra/pacific/corymbia_ficifolia_htmlwra.htm   (1235 words)

  
 Corymbia "Summer Red" and Similar Cultivars
Corymbia "Summer Red" is one of a number of eucalypt cultivars that have been developed in recent years and which feature masses of brightly coloured flowers produced at the ends of the branches to provide a spectacular display.
These cultivars include selected forms of well known species such as the Western Australian red flowering gum (Corymbia ficifolia) as well as hybrids using C.ficifolia, C.ptychocarpa (a tropical species) and possibly other species.
It is believed that Corymbia gummifera and C.intermedia may be successfully used as stock.
asgap.org.au /c-red.html   (531 words)

  
 PLANTS Profile for Corymbia ficifolia (redflower gum) | USDA PLANTS
PLANTS Profile for Corymbia ficifolia (redflower gum)
Corymbia ficifolia (F. Muell.) K.D. Hill & L.A. Johnson occures in the following states: Hawaii
Corymbia ficifolia (F. Muell.) K.D. Hill & L.A. Johnson – redflower gum
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=COFI7   (242 words)

  
 Volume 27: Number 1, January 2001
Two experiments were conducted to test the hypothesis that trees able to establish in urban soils will have a higher-than-average tolerance to the higher mechanical impedance and soil strength of compacted soils.
Eucalyptus ficifolia), and Agonis flexuosa (willow myrtle) seedlings to penetrate a sandy loam soil compacted to bulk densities of 1.4 and 1.8 mg m
While roots of all species were able to penetrate the soil at the higher bulk density, total root penetration depth was reduced by 60% in all four species.
www.isa-arbor.com /publications/joaAbstracts/joajan01.html   (1092 words)

  
 Temperate Area Eucalypts
They are common and widespread throughout most of the Australasian region (notably absent from New Zealand), from the southern Philippines in the north, where Eucalyptus deglupta occurs, south to the southern most tip of Tasmania, where the type for the genus, E.obliqua, was first collected.
A commonly cultivated bloodwood eucalypt that is very attractive in flower is Corymbia ficifolia.
Native to a few sandy swamps in south-west Western Australia, where it is relatively unattractive, in cultivation it often forms a dense small tree with masses of red or vermilion flowers.
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au /ASGAP/APOL28/dec02-5.html   (1351 words)

  
 Pictures of the Trial
You are viewing pictures of the trial Grafted Eucalyptus ficifolia / E. tessellaris.
Nursery stock (air pruned -rocket pot) Corymbia ficifolia grafted onto E. tessellaris, grown by Adelaide Advanced Trees.
C. ficifolia (grafted) planted by City of Mitcham during 2004 greening program.
www.treenet.com.au /trial_picture.asp?trial=35   (54 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia
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Released in June 2006 "Corymbia ficifolia" is one of the Australian Native Plants Single Genus.
Corymbia ficifolia SS Demo Module Installers and Files:
www.flowerscreens.com /CorymbiaFicifolia.html   (278 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia - Red-flowering gum (Myrtaceae) - Plants of Hawaii
Corymbia ficifolia - Red-flowering gum (Myrtaceae) - Plants of Hawaii
More information about Corymbia ficifolia - Red-flowering gum (Myrtaceae)
This page was created on November 01, 2002 by Starr, and was last updated on November 09, 2007 by Starr.
www.hear.org /starr/hiplants/images/thumbnails/html/corymbia_ficifolia.htm   (39 words)

  
 Eucalypts - Mallee Native Plants
Eucalyptus ficifolia hybrid We think that this tree is Eucalyptus ficifolia crossed with Eucalyptus pachyphylla.
Eucalyptus (Corymbia) ficifolia (Western Australian Flowering Gum)As the flowers continue to open on the Western Australian Flowering Gums (Eucalyptus ficifolia) I am taking photos of the different colour forms in the town.
The correct name for this species is now Corymbia ficifolia.
www.malleenativeplants.com.au /category/eucalypts/page/2   (269 words)

  
 Index of synonyms
Corymbia calophylla (Lindl.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson = E. calophylla
Corymbia eremaea (D.J.Carr & S.G.M.Carr) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson subsp.
Corymbia variegata (F.Muell.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson = E. citriodora subsp.
www.anbg.gov.au /cpbr/cd-keys/Euclid/sample/html/synon.htm   (1057 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia
It is my understanding that this tree has been transferred from Eucalyptus to Corymbia.
Please compare this with the previous tree, supposedly the same species.
Now that I look at the pictures side by side I see a rather dramatic difference in tree habit!
www.charlies-web.com /slotrees/tex056.html   (44 words)

  
 Corymbia ficifolia
The species was formerly known as Eucalyptus ficifolia.
The red flowering gum is one of the most widely cultivated of all eucalypts both in Australia and overseas.
Foliage is dark, glossy green and the bark is rough and persistant (ie it does not shed annually).
farrer.csu.edu.au /ASGAP/c-fic.html   (396 words)

  
 Download Corymbia ficifolia 1.0 for Mac Free Trial - Corymbia ficifolia is a flower screensaver - Softpedia
Download Corymbia ficifolia 1.0 for Mac Free Trial - Corymbia ficifolia is a flower screensaver - Softpedia
Corymbia Ficifolia (screensaver, pdf document and QuickTime movie album)
Corymbia ficifolia is more commonly known as Eucalyptus ficifolia or the red flowering gum - a mis-nomer since it comes in a range of flower colours.
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