Eucalyptus cinerea 'grafted'

Argyle Apple, Canberra Blue Gum

This is a small to medium sized tree with reddish-brown to grey-brown rough bark on the trunk and larger branches. Makes a beautiful landscape specimen, planted singly or in groups. It has distinctive, blue-green aromatic foliage. The creamy yellow flowers are insignificant. Is known by its round grey-blue leaves that often pop up in floral arrangements.

  • Family: Myrtaceae
  • Common Name: Argyle Apple, Canberra Blue Gum
  • Mature Size (h x w): 12 x 7m
  • Form: Round
  • Genus: Eucalyptus

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Uses

This variety makes a nice medium-sized feature tree in small to large gardens due to its distinctive blue-green foliage. Stems are popular in cut flower arrangements.

Position & Soil

Prefers a sunny position in a humus-rich soil.

Categories

Evergreen
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Specimen
Also referred to as feature trees, these are noteworthy selections due to size, shape, foliage cover, seasonal colour or general knock-out attractiveness. They can stand-alone in any garden.
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