corymbia calophylla (Marri)

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The marri (sometimes known as redgum) is one of the most widely distributed eucalypts in the southwest of Western Australia

Height to 40m

Rough bark

Flowers are white, however, a small number have been found producing pink flowers.  Flowering in Jan, Dec through to May

Soils: Red-brown clay loam, orange-brown sandy clay, gravel, grey sand over limestone, granite, laterite

The name calophylla signifies beautiful leaf, while children know the large fruits as hockey nuts

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