Eucalyptus subcrenulata - Tasmanian Alpine Yellow Gum
Tasmanian Alpine Yellow Gum. A good all round evergreen tree, with many useful attributes. Medium sized tree of moderate to fast growth rate.
Tasmanian Alpine Yellow Gum grows into an attractive specimen tree for open space. Can be coppiced to produce firewood for your log burning stove and fire-pit. Call us on 07307 413 052 for help in choosing your Eucalyptus.
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Botanical Name: Eucalyptus subcrenulata
Common Name: Alpine Yellow Gum, Tasmanian Alpine Yellow Gum (Tasmania)
Status: Evergreen Tree
Origin: A native species found only on high plateaux and mountains of Tasmania, mostly in the central part of the island and Mt. Field and closely related to E. johnstonii and E. vernicosa
Why we like this variety:
- Very attractive, hardy, ornamental evergreen tree
- Well behaved, doesn't grow too fast and responds well to pruning
- Very productive and useful variety for hedging, floral art, firewood
- Lovely deep apple green leaf colour with a strong spicy aroma
Not your typical idea of a Eucalyptus, with its beautiful glossy apple green leaves, but it's definitely one of our favourites. Eucalyptus subcrenulata is a good all round variety, with many useful attributes. A medium sized tree of moderate to fast growth rate. It grows into an attractive specimen tree for open space.