Eucalyptus consideniana 



Description: This is a large tree from coastal New South Wales and Victoria. The bark is fibrous throughout and gray in color. Juvenile leaves are ovate, blue-green in color. Adult leaves are lanceolate and the flowers are white. It is found native from Sydney to Melbourne in coastal and adjoining tablelands; usually on poorly drained, sandy soils. It is closely related to E. sieberi and E. andrewsii

Climate Data: Favors cool to warm, humid to sub-humid climate.  Heat index, hot: 81 degrees F, cold: 21 degrees F.  Rainfall 700-1400 mm (28 - 56 inches), altitude near seal level to 1000 m.

Culture: Sun, does well on poorly drained soil, loams, sandy loams, shade tree, coastal area plantings, salt tolerant.

Temperature Rating USDA Zone 8
Type Large tree to 90' (30 m), lignotuber
Flower Color White
Growth Rate Moderate
Placement Sun
Culture Low to moderate moisture
Native New South Wales, Victoria
Family Myrtaceae

Key Benefits

bulletLarge tree to 90'
bulletWhite flowers
bulletFast growing

Problem Solving Features

bulletDoes well on poorly drained soils
bulletLow fertilizer needs
bulletLow maintenance

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*Seed germinates easily with normal methods.
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