One of the most hardy eucalyptus species with enormous growth power. Originally, this species is common in New South Wales where it often grows on lime-rich or acidic soil. It is good to prune and therefore very suitable for the production of cutting green or as a shrub in a smaller garden. It can also be planted as a wind girth because it is resistant to wind. The leaves of this species are relatively small and highly fragrant. The bark of mature trees usually falls off in long bars.
|Tribe/Bark||Grey/brown spotty bark.|
|Sheet color/shape||Small, green leaves|
|Hardy to max.||-20°C|