Description: Noted for its unique urn shape seed pods and attractive pale blue juvenile leaves. Very fast growing, from 20 to 45'. It becomes gnarled and picturesque in exposed areas. A well-branched species from SE Tasmania at high altitudes of Mount Wellington and Mount Field National Park. It makes a very attractive plant although it does suffer some dieback in our Zone 6 winters.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 8|
|Type||Tree 20-45', 15 m, lignotuber|
|Culture||well-drained soils, light moisture|
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