EUCALYPTUS

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EUCALYTPUS Sideroxylon Rosea - Red Flowered Mallee

Black bark, deeply furrowed - never sheds.

  • Showy pale pink to near crimson flowers.

  • Long flowering period form spring to autumn.

  • Proven cold hardy.

  • Koala browse.

EUCALYPTUS Victrix - Coolibah

Small to medium tree, 25’-35’. Attractive white trunk; weeping foliage. Small clusters of white flowers summer-fall.
Quick growing, tough desert plant. Withstands high winds, low water use, salt tolerant. Similar to Eucalyptus microtheca except for the trunk colour.

EUCALYPTUS Woodwardii - Lemon Flowered Gum

Attractive drought tolerant tree. 30' excellent residential flowering specimen producing frosted white flower buds and large clusters of cascading brilliant yellow flowers. Desert Botanical Garden has been developing this hardy specimen tree since early 1980's. Weeping grey foliage.

EUCALYPTUS Erythrocory - Red Cap Gum

Quick growing with compact habit, growing to 25' high and 12' wide. Lush shiny, long green leaves, full, dense foliage. Attractive bright red caps pop open to bright yellow flower clusters in mid-summer.

EUCALYPTUS - Moon Lagoon

Very attractive small to medium shrub 4-12  feet tall. Dainty grey-blue leaves circle the stems. Reddish-orange seed caps burst into masses of snow white flowers in late spring.

EUCALYPTUS Silverton - Silverton Province

Hardy, fast-growing evergreen tree, growing  35'-100' tall with pendulous branches. Attractive white trunk. Good windbreak or screen on property lines. Tolerates desert heat. Establishes quickly.

EUCALYPTUS Leucoxylon Rosea - White Iron Bark

Medium sized woodland tree from Northern Victoria.

Long, grey-green pendulous branches.

Spear shaped leaves.

Quick to establish producing abundant pink flower clusters.