Believed a hybrid cross E. caliginosa x E. mckieana
Description: This is believed to be a hybrid cross of Eucalyptus caliginosa x Eucalyptus mckieana. Both species are stringybark types found in the New South Wales area of Australia. Eucalyptus caliginosa grows to about 35 m, forming a lignotuber and has glossy green adult foliage and white flowers.
Eucalyptus mckieana grows to about 30 m and forms a lignotuber. It has concolorous green leaves and white flowers.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 8?|
|Type||Tree- probably around 30-35 m|
|Soil Type||Granitic and porphyry acid|
|Soil Moisture (minimum)||?|
|Native||Western Tablelands area of New South Wales|
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