Buy EUCALYPTUS Baby Blue, Eucalyptus pulverulenta, seed
Specimen tree with attractive foliage that is often used in flower arrangements this smaller version of Eucalyptus pulverulenta grows to a maximum of 6 metres. Rounded glaucous blue aromatic leaves are crowded along the stems, turban shaped flower buds in groups of 3 in the leaf axils opening to prolific cream flowers in spring. Suitable for cold climates.
Eucalyptus ficifolia: Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra, the capital city of Australia. The garden supports a living collection of around 74,000 individual plants arranged in 40 hectares of themed sections. It is the largest scientific collection of Australian native plants in which the collection originates from plants sourced from the wild, accompanied by herbarium specimens for taxonomic study.
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Eucalyptus caesia - Silver Princess, Caesia
Eucalyptus caesia "Silver Princess". Grows 4-8m high x 3-6m wide. Prefers full sun and is a hardy species.
Eucalyptus caesia magna Silver Princess is a spectacular small multi-trunked tree, with a beautiful weeping habit and silvery blush on the stems. Tolerant of drought, and light to moderate frosts. The leaves and gum nuts are used in floral arrangements. Bird attracting.
The "Grass Trees" are native to Western Australia and really are a most unique plant. Gum trees instantly remind Australians of home ... we all love the smell of the eucalyptus leaves and the look of the "honky nuts". As a child I thought the white blossom on the gum trees looked like tiny ballerina tutu's ! Reading too much May Gibbs and her "Snugglepot and Cuddlepie" books perhaps ? The yellow flowering gum is so vivid against a bright blue sky. The ants are loving this pink flowering…
Eucalyptus erythrocorys or red-cap Gum - (Illyarrie ) is a mallee from Western Australia. It is a small tree, 3-10m tall and can be very ornamentail in a garden. The bark is smooth but can have a few rough patches where it persists on the trunk instead of being shed. The Illyarrie is notable for its big flowers which can be 5 cm across or more. They are bright yellow, being covered by a bright-red cap (operculum) in bud - giving the epithet erythrocorys (red-helmet).