Eucalyptus andrewsii ssp andrewsii

New England blackbutt


Description: This species is from New South Wales and Queensland area. It is distinguished by its hemispherical fruits. The branches, adult leaves and buds are slightly glaucous.  The bark is rough on the trunk and larger limbs.  It is commonly found along the western side of the Northern Tablelands in New South Wales. 

Culture: Full sun, acid loam or sandy loam soil, low to moderate water.

Uses: Shade tree, fragrant leaves, timber used in building construction.

Temperature Rating USDA Zone 9
Type Medium to large tree 65 to 147' (20 to 45 m), lignotuber
Flower Color White
Growth Rate Moderate
Placement Sun
Culture Low to moderate moisture
Native New South Wales, Queensland
Family Myrtaceae

Key Benefits

bulletStrong scented leaves
bulletLarge tree to 147'
bulletRounded leaves

Problem Solving Features

bulletSpecies for full sun
bulletLow maintenance
bulletLow water requirements

Pricing - See Price List Here

* Seed germinates best if sown on  the surface of the media.  Germination 2-3 weeks at 70-75 degrees F.  No pre-treatment needed.
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