The brown stringybark
) is a eucalypt
which is native to Australia's southeast, found in from southern New South Wales through Victoria and into the Fleurieu Peninsula
and Kangaroo Island
of eastern South Australia. It is a medium-sized tree which can reach 40 m in height. The rough stringy bark is grey - brown in colour. The broad juvenile leaves are 13 cm by 8 cm, while the leathery adult leaves are 13 cm by 3 cm and lanceolate or falcate and green in colour. Flowering occurs from December to April and the white profuse flowers are up to 2 cm in diameter.
- Eliot RW, Jones DL, Blake T (1992). Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants Suitable for Cultivation: Vol. 4: Eu-Go. Port Melbourne: Lothian Press.