Angophora floribunda is a close relative of the eucalypts and is commonly known as the Rough-barked Apple. This species is found in coastal regions, tablelands, and western areas of NSW, Victoria and Queensland. Angophora floribunda grows into a large spreading tree and resembles a rough-barked eucalypt. In summer mature plants are covered in fluffy cream flowers. The fruiting capsules resemble gum nuts and drop their seeds at maturity. This plant is suitable for the larger town garden or rural property. We have many large specimens at Yallaroo and they are usually surrounded by seedling Angophoras. Propagate this stately tree from seed.