Eucalyptus laevopinea

Silvertop Stringybark


Description: This species has a thick, fibrous, stringy grayish-brown bark. Juvenile leaves are opposite, then alternating and discolorous green. Adult leaves are alternate, with lanceolate, slightly glossy green leaves with numerous oil glands. Found native in the Central and Northern Tablelands of New South Wales and SE Queensland.

Culture: Sun, acid pH, low fertility loams, moderate moisture needs.

Uses: Fast growing shade tree. Contains essential oil.

Temperature Rating USDA Zone 9
Type Tall forest tree to 131' (40m), lignotuber
Flower Color White
Growth Rate Moderate to fast
Native New South Wales, Queensland
Family Myrtaceae

Key Benefits

bulletTall tree to 131'
bulletModerate to fast growth rate
bulletStringy bark

Problem Solving Features

bulletFast growth rate
bulletBest in poor soils with low fertility
bulletLow maintenance
bulletLow moisture needs

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*Seed germinates easily with normal methods. 
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