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Eucalyptus pulverulenta 'Baby Blue' (Tree form)

Foliage Evergreen
Form Pendulous
Mature Size 6 x 3m
Family Myrtaceae
Silver-leaved Mountain Gum (tree form)

This is a small-growing eucalypt usually seen as a tall, spreading shrub that retains its juvenile foliage into maturity. Young leaves, stems and inflorescences have a powdery white bloom. Foliage is strikingly silvery-grey and round in form. Cream flowers are produced between May and November and the large fruits that follow are cup-shaped.

This is a great accent tree with very distinctive foliage.

Requires well drained soil. Eucalypts require very little attention once established. Although the plant will continue to grow without fertiliser it will tend produce more leaves and flowers if fed.





Bird Attracting

Feature Flower

Feature Foliage

Group Planting

Informal Screening


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