‘Ribbons of Hope’ is a great new landscaping gum tree with gorgeously variegated foliage- older leaves are green with a broad cream edge, and the new growth is blush pink. A head turning plant, and very hardy for most situations. Good for a broad range of soils, and is cold, heat and drought hardy. It has masses of white flowers in winter and spring, which attract nectar loving birds. It grows to around 12 metres tall, and 5 metres wide. Good for sun to part shade.
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|Scientific Name:||Corymbia maculata variegata|
|Cultivar:||Ribbons of Hope|
|Common Name:||Spotted Gum|
|Plant Type:||Small tree, Large tree|
|Height:||5 ~ 12 metres|
|Width:||3 ~ 5 metres|
|Flowering Time:||Spring, Winter|
|Ph Level:||Acid, Neutral, Alkaline|
|Soil Type:||Sandy, Clay, Loamy, Sandy loam, Clay loam, Poor soil|
|Plant Environment:||Low maintenance garden, Cold climate, Coastal garden, Drought resistant|
|Climate Zone:||Sub-tropical, Warm temperate, Cool temperate, Mediterranean, Cool, Semi-arid|
|Light:||Sunny, Light shade|
|Growth Habit:||Evergreen, Dense foliage, Open foliage, Spreading, Variegated|
|Soil Moisture:||Dry, Well-drained, Moist moderate drainage|
|Frost Tolerance:||Tolerates heavy frost|
|Plant Usage:||Feature plant, Windbreak, Attractive foliage, Wow factor|
|Special Uses:||Street tree, Erosion control, Honey producing plant, Bird nesting plant, Pollution tolerant, Fast growing, Playground friendly|
|Attracts Wildlife:||Bees, Nectar eating birds, Butterflies, Other insects|
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