Eucalyptus muelleriana

Yellow Stringybark


Description: Tall, fibrous barked tree with straight trunk and well developed crown. The wood is heavy, hard, very durable for heavy construction. Native to the coastal areas of New South Wales and Victoria, it is often associated with other stringybarks. The bark is fibrous, gray-brown in color.

Uses: Shade, sawmill timber, small timber, waterlogged areas, honey production, coastal planting areas, wind resistant plants.

ClimateData: Favors warm humid to sub-humid.  Heat index, hot: 82 F, cold: 21 F.  Rainfall 700-1200 mm; (28 to 48 inches) altitude near sea level to 450 m.

Temperature Rating USDA Zone 9
Type Large tree 82-131' (25-40 m), lignotuber
Flower Color White
Growth Rate Fast
Placement Sun
Soil Type Clay
Soil Moisture (minimum) 700 mm 28" per year
Native New South Wales, Victoria
Family Myrtaceae

Key Benefits

bulletLarge tree to 131'
bulletDurable wood
bulletFibrous bark, straight trunk

Problem Solving Features

bulletFast growing tall tree
bulletLow maintenance
bulletSun lover
bulletLow moisture needs
bulletNo fertilizer needed

Pricing - See Price List Here

*Seed germinates easily with normal methods.  37-55 seeds per gram.
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