Eucalyptus fasciculosa
Pink Gum

Uses: Ornamental gum with irregular shaped trunk with attractive smooth bark turning from pink to white.
Can be used as a shade tree in parks or larger gardens. Flowers are prolific and flower over a long period.
Note: This tree is listed in Regulation 24.3 under the Sewerage Act and are Provisionally Classified under Schedule 2. It requires written SA Water approval prior to planting in streets or roads in any drainage area. They should not be planted closer than 3.5 metres to any sewer main or connection. In home gardens, too, they should not be planted closer than 3.5 metres to any sewer pipe.

This plant is indigenous to the following botanical regions of South Australia.

:SL: Southern Lofty
:KI: Kangaroo Island
:SE: South Eastern
For detail on these regions refer to the user guide.  

  • Canopy Shape canopy-open Open
  • Height 5-18m
  • Spread 5-12m
  • Position
    • position-fullsun Full Sun
  • Family Myrtaceae
  • Botanical Name Eucalyptus fasciculosa
  • Common Name Pink Gum
  • Origin SA, Vic
  • Habit Rounded, Slightly open
  • Landscape Plains, Footslopes, Hills
  • Soil Texture Clay, Loam, Sand
  • pH Acidic, Alkaline, Neutral
  • Tolerates Drought
  • Supplementary Watering Minimal
  • Flower Colour Cream
  • Flowering Time Summer, Autumn
  • Foliage Dark-green
  • Flower Type Eucalypt-type
  • Purpose Ornamental, Habitat, Shade
  • Evergreen/Deciduous Evergreen
  • Trunk Smooth
  • Form Tall Tree (Usually exceeds 10m)
  • Indigenous to the Adelaide Region