Christine FURSE-ROBERTS in TURRRAMURRA, Sydney New South Wales
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i HAVE PREVIOUSLY PURCHASED A DWARF BRIGHT ORANGE FLOWERING GUM TREE THAT DID NOT SURVIVE. cOULD YOU POSSIBLY HELP ME OF WHERE i CAN PURCHASE A DWARF ORANGE FLOWERING GUM TREE iIF POSSIBLE A WHOLESALER AS i CAN’T AFORD TO PAY A HUGE PROICE FOR THIS BEAUTIFUL FLOWERING GUM TREE & CAN i HAVE IT IN A POT.
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orange flowering dwarf flowering gum tree vivid orange.
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Please send me details of my flowering dwarf orange gum tree where I can purchase one not to expensive. I’am a senior one income. Also does Mr Burke do a makeover of my garden???
Many thanks for your time
Mrs Christine Furse-Roberts phone 94893159
Hi Chris, The orange flowering gum tree is called ‘Baby Orange’ and it is grafted. This means that it will be a bit expensive. It is not a great pot plant in the long run. Try Googling Buy Eucalyptus ‘Baby Orange’ or Buy Corymbia ‘Baby Orange’. Gum trees in general only do well in pots for a few years. Don