Eucalyptus glaucescens - Central Victoria

Eucalyptus glaucescens - Central Victoria

PriceFrom £90.00

Also known as the Tingiringi Gum. This is the 'Central Victoria' provenance of the species, with superb foliage and growth habit.

 

Why we like this species:

  • This tree has everything you could want in leaves, ornamental bark and good habit
  • Stunning specimen tree
  • Great when pruned to a bushy shrub or small tree with clear trunk (prune March and May)
  • Excellent choice for biomass and firewood logs
  • Hardy, resilient nature

 

A handsome, fast growing, large and versatile Eucalyptus; good specimen tree, in very large planters, cut foliage and excellent for biomass.

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Botanical Name:

 

  • Eucalyptus glaucescens 'Tinderry'
  • MYRTACEÆ; Myrtle Family
  • Common Name: Tingiringi Gum
  • Status: Evergreen Tree
  • Origin: .

Eucalyptus glaucescens ‘Central Victoria’ is an unusually fragrant variant of the species, with silvery foliage. The tree is also of good form and vigour. A handsome, fast growing, large and versatile Eucalyptus; good specimen tree, in very large planters, cut foliage and excellent for biomass.

 

Why we like this species:

  • This tree has everything you could want in leaves, ornamental bark and good habit

  • Stunning specimen tree

  • Great when pruned to a bushy shrub or small tree with clear trunk (prune March and May)

  • Excellent choice for biomass and firewood logs

  • Hardy, resilient nature

 

Botanical Name:

  • Eucalyptus glaucescens 'Tinderry'

  • MYRTACEÆ; Myrtle Family

  • Common Name: Tingiringi Gum

  • Status: Evergreen Tree

  • Origin: Central Victoria

 

Meaning of the name:

From the Latin glaucescens referring to the white wax that coats the branchlets, flower buds and fruits.

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