Corymbia Eximia "Yellow Bloodwood" Seeds-Buy in Bulk (seed & husk)
Sold as Seed & husk for the health of the seeds.
Sowing temp: 18-25C
Position: Place in a warm shaded or semi shaded position.
Sowing: Sow seed on surface of a porous medium. Sprinkle a very light covering of the seed raising mix over the seed.
Care: Water with very fine mist. Keep warm & moist, avoid drying out or waterlogging the growing mix.
Sprouting: 10-28 days
Known as the yellow bloodwood, it is a bloodwood native to New South Wales. Known for many years as Eucalyptus eximia, the yellow bloodwood was transferred into the new genus Corymbia in 1995. An attractive gnarled tree, up to 20m, it has cream flowers and its distinctive bark is a yellowish fawn colour - flaky, rough in consistency with a somewhat tessellated pattern. It is commonly found from central to south New South Wales and growing around the Sydney Basin and lower Blue Mountains, mainly in dry sclerophyll forests on sandstone soils, particularly on western aspects of slopes and fire-prone areas. It is also seen up to altitudes of 500 metres, with annual rainfall of 730–1800 mm. It regenerates by regrowing from buds after bushfire. Trees live for over a hundred years. The Grey-headed Flying Fox eats the flowers. It is highly sensitive to the white leaf and shoot blight.
****Please note: these are seeds (we are NOT selling these as live plants. Quarantine restrictions and costs prohibit us from selling these seeds to WA, Tas, and Internationally.