Eucalyptus cinera – Florist’s gum



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Eucalyptus cinera Florist’s gum

Australia; 12m
Planting position: Full sun.Areas without severe frost.
Tolerates very sandy soil and drought.
Requires a light application of bone-meal or slow-release fertiliser in spring.
Propagate from seed.

With round, silvery-blue leaves this compact tree produces little white flowers in spring.
E. ficifolia (7 - 10m) is a large evergreen tree that bears clusters of flowers in shades of red and pink, white or cream.

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