It reaches between 4 and 11 metres in height in its native habitat. It produces clusters of orange barrel-shaped buds with horned caps, which are followed by prolific red or pink flowers between August and December. The bark is rough.
Coral gum is commonly cultivated for small gardens and for use as a street tree, especially in arid areas.
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