This is a species originating in southeast Tasmania. It is reported as being an older form of its sister species, E. Risdonii The juvenile foliage is a blue green colour and is often used in the florist industry. It's trunk in smooth white to grey, foliage is pendulous and bluish-grey with bark that is sometimes yellow. Buds, seed capsules and twigs are usually coated with a thick, glaucous wax.
|Common Name||Silver Peppermint Tree|
|Mature Size||25 x 20m|
|This is a large tree for parks and gardens.|
|Position & Soil|
|Although it is tolerant of most soils, prefers humus rich soil in full sun to part shade.|
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