Water Use Classification of Landscape Species (WUCOLS IV)
Water Use Classification of Landscape Species (WUCOLS IV)
Water Use Classification of Landscape Species (WUCOLS IV)
University of California
Water Use Classification of Landscape Species (WUCOLS IV)

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Corymbia ficifolia (Eucalyptus ficifolia)

Botanical Name Corymbia ficifolia (Eucalyptus ficifolia)
Common Name red flowering gum
Plant Type(s)
Tree (T)

Cultural Information

Corymbia ficifolia (red-flowering gum), evergreen tree, fast growing to 25-40 feet tall and wide, with rough, fissured, black-brown bark, dark green leaves on somewhat pendulous branches, and showy clusters of red or sometimes pink flowers in late summer, followed by woody seed capsules. Native to open forest on the southwestern coast of Western Australia. Good coastal tree. May be offered as Eucalyptus. Sun to part shade, well-drained soils. Sunset: 5-6,8-24

Legend: Plant Types
Plant Type Abbreviation
Ground Cover Gc
Perennial P
Shrub S
Tree T
Vine V
Bamboo Ba
Bulb Bu
Ornamental Grass G
Palm and Cycad Pm
Succulent Su
California Native N
Arboretum All-star A
Legend: Categories of Water Needs
Category Abbreviation Percentage of ET0
Very Low VL < 10
Low LO 10-30
Moderate/Medium M 40-60
High H 70-90
Unknown U N/A
Not Appropriate for this Region NA N/A


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