This native Australian tree forms a dense canopy with dark green leaves which have a peppermint scent when crushed. The bark is grey or grey-brown and is quite fibrous and finely fissured. It is a beautiful tree with small creamy white flowers borne from October to January. This form of eucalypt is one of the varieties used in essential oil production and is also known as a source of food for the Koala.
|Common Name||Narrow Leaved Peppermint Gum|
|Mature Size||15-20 x 8-12m|
|Can be used in Parks and Gardens. Great for larger gardens and large landscapes. Great native addition that can be used for habitat for birds and insects.|
|Position & Soil|
|It can tolerate both highly fertile organic soils to very poor infertile soils. Does prefer full sun but can handle part shade.|
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|Based in Melbourne, Australia, our trucks deliver into Melbourne and its greater metropolitan area, Monday to Friday only. We utilise green life freight companies to deliver beyond that point into country Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. We have certification ICA42 for the treatment of Myrtaceae stock delivered into South Australia. Due to quarantine restrictions we are unable to deliver into Western Australia and Tasmania. International delivery is not offered.|
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