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Eucalyptus dalrympleana - Mountain Gum

Eucalyptus dalrympleana - Mountain Gum

A popular tree and one of the most versatile Eucalypts. Tall, fast growing and hardy, acid and lime tolerant.

Mature Height: Up to 30-40m

Rate of Growth: Fast 1.5 -2m per year

Hardiness: ** -10 to -15°C

Soil: Wet Tolerent, Dry Tolerant, Clay Tolerant, Lime Tolerant, Acid Tolerant

Position: Full Sun

Growth Habit: Fast grower, tall and thin, bushy foliage.

Leaves: The juvenile leaves are oval, green to grey- green whereas the adult leaves are green, quite long and thin.

Bark: Young bark is red maturing to smooth, white-cream with grey, pink, brown and green patches.

Special Interest: Ornamental Specimen, Can be Coppiced, Biomass

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Eucalyptus gunnii ssp divaricata - Blue Ice Cider Gum

Eucalyptus gunnii ssp divaricata - Blue Ice Cider Gum

A cultivar of the Cider Gum making an attractive ornamental tree, it differs from the regular Cider Gum by having much bluer leaves. The juvenile foliage can be used for fresh or dried flower arranging. A good hardy variety also for hedging, wind breaks, screening which will tolerate poor drainage. This must be one of our favourite varieties of Eucalyptus.

Mature Height: Up to 25m

Rate of Growth: 1-1.5m per year

Hardiness: *** -15°C +

Soil: Wet Tolerent, Dry Tolerant

Position: Full Sun

Growth Habit: Spreading upper branches with dense crown.

Leaves: Juvenile leaves are grey-blue, adult leaves are non glossy grey-blue to blue-green.

Bark: Light grey peeling to reveal brown patches.

Special Interest: Can be Container Grown, Can be Coppiced, Floristry, Biomass

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Eucalyptus pauciflora ssp niphophila - Alpine Snow Gum

Eucalyptus pauciflora ssp niphophila - Alpine Snow Gum

E. pauciflora is notable in as it's reported to be one of the most cold hardy species of all Eucalypts. It is a popular ornamental species and rightly so.
They tend to take a couple of years or so to establish i.e. growing slowly, before they grow faster. They also need good drainage as these are normally accustomed to rocky alpine conditions.

E. niphophlia differs from other subspecies of pauciflora in that it has more delicate buds and smaller leaves, and an smaller ultimate height.

Mature Height: 7m

Rate of Growth: Slow 0.5-1m per year

Hardiness: *** -15°C +

Soil: Dry Tolerant, Lime Tolerant

Position: Wind Tolerant, Salt Tolerant

Growth Habit: Single or multi-stemmed. Spreading growth habit with open crown.

Leaves: Large oval bluish to glaucous juvenile leaves and glossy olive green adult leaves.

Bark: The bark is smooth and shiny white, cream, green and grey which sheds in ribbons from the stems and branches.

Special Interest: Ornamental Specimen, Can be grown in a pot, Very Hardy

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UPDATE - Jan 2015: Customer Product Reviews

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This year we are introducing many more Living Willow Kits including more structures (Wigwams, Kids Tunnels and Woven Fences) alongside Hedging and Screening Kits and Grow-Your-Own Firewood kits.

These all come with everything you need for your project including full step-by-step instructions for planting.

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