Spotted Gum flooring Info - "An Aussie Icon"
This species - Corymbia maculata, Lemon-scented Gum, Corymbia citriodora, Eucalyptus citriodora - is a hardwood native to the east coast of Australia. It is a durable, strong wood which makes it a durable flooring. People are drawn to Spotted Gum flooring not only for its strength but also its quiet, up-market but muted brown colors, while at the same time valuing the visual interest that comes from its contrasting cream sapwood and pinkish tones. As a practical consideration, Spotted Gum has fire resistant properties making it an attractive choice for wildfire prone areas.
Fabled "Fiddleback Grain": This gorgeous hardwood invites a closer look for another reason. Its cathedral grain is interspersed with occasional sections of wavy fiddle-back grain, adding subtle interest, as do gum veins.