Description: The green leaves on this species are shiny above and pale on the underside. The leaves are slightly aromatic when crushed. The bark is silvery-gray and shed in long ribbons. The species gets its name from the region where it grown naturally, Plunkett Australia, 60 km south of Brisbane. It is grown primarily for the large, white flower clusters and small mallee habit. One of the few small sized Eucalypts suitable for coastal areas. Grows naturally on poor sandstone ridges.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 9|
|Type||A small mallee 6-22' (2-7 m)|
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