Common name: Risdon mint gum tree
Origin: Australia, Tasmania
Height at maturity: 7 meters
Plant type: tree
Flower color: white
Soil type: normal, deep
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)
It is a small tree that grows up to 7 meters, sometimes slightly more.
It offers a smooth, white to cream bark, exfoliating in gray-brown ribbons. Its flowering is characterized by white flowers between November and January. Its name comes from the town of Risdon in Tasmania.
Aromatic species that does not tolerate calcareous soils.