Common name: Cider gum
Origin: Australia, Tasmania
Height at maturity: 10 to 25 meters
Plant type: tree
Flower color: white
Soil type: normal, sandy
Use: garden, isolated, clump
Diseases and insect pests:
Storage of seeds: 2 years in a dry place away from light at 3/4°C (refrigerator)
Bushy tree with an upright habit, its beautiful smooth whitish bark has the particularity of detaching itself every year at the end of summer, revealing the new yellowish green bark, sometimes tinged with pink or orange.
These leaves, 5 to 8 centimeters, are elliptical or oval in shape, greyish-green in color giving off a pleasant smell.
End of summer beginning of autumn numerous umbels of three white flowers appear.
This variety of Eucalyptus is the most resistant to cold.