gunnii ssp. divaricata

This species is originally common in Tasmania and unfortunately almost extinct there. The leaves are bluer and slightly smaller than with the “ordinary ” gunnii and the mature tree has a beautiful ornate trunk. This species can be planted in a wind girth and also does well and a bit wetter soil. It is also easy to prune and therefore also suitable for a smaller garden.s


Pitch Sunny, dry, may be a little wetter
Solitary Yes but also as a group very interesting
Tub plant
Tribe/Bark Brown with silver stains
Max.Height 20 meters
Sheet color/shape Silver grey; sickle-shaped
Smell Moderate
Flowering White
Hardy to max. -18°C