Plant name: Inland scribbly gum
Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees
Origin: NSW, ACT.
Cultural notes: A sunny position in well drained soils is preferred. Often occurs naturally on poor shallow, stony soils.
Tolerates: Tolerant of drought and frost.
Flowering season: Summer.
Flower colour: Small white flowers occuring in clusters, followed by small hemispherical gumnuts.
Foliage colour: Adult foliage is dull grey-green, lance-shaped and grows to 15cm in length. Juvenile foliage is similar but genarlly broader.
Width: up to 9m
Height: up to 18m
Plant spacing: 400cm apart
Recommended uses: A good shade tree for cooler areas.
Description: A medium sized tree growing to 18m. It has a smooth greyish-white trunk that is often marked by the scribbly trails of insect larvae. Narrow grey-green leaves and small white flowers in summer.