Eucalyptus delegatensis ssp tasmaniansis
Alpine ash, Blue leaf, White top, Gum-topped stringybark
Description: This species is native to Tasmania and the subalpine areas of New South Wales. The bark is smooth and white on the upper half of the trunk, fibrous, gray to brown on the lower half. A fast grower with a tall, straight trunk.
Culture: Sun, acid soil, 28" annual rainfall, clay, clay loam, loam, sandy loam.
Uses: Hedges and windbreaks, shade trees, sawmill timber, frost tolerant plant.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 9, possibly 8|
|Type||Large tree 131-295' (40-90 m), no lignotuber|
|Native||Tasmania, New South Wales|
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