Eucalyptus leucoxylon subspecies 'Euky Dwarf'
7 metres at maturity
5 metres at maturity
Moderate to fast
Australian native tree. With age this tree develops a dense, wide-spreading canopy on a dwarf trunk which rarely maintains a straight formation.
Adult leaves are grey to mid-green and spear shaped.
Flowers can be pale yellow to pink and are long lasting particularly if grown in a full-sun position. Floral display from late autumn, through winter, to early summer.
A hardy tree which tolerates most soil types including clay and some limestone. Copes in a variety of climatic conditions including mild drought, light frosts and air pollution. Performs well in partial shade but requires full sun to maximise floral proliferation. Remains smaller in drier soil.
Eucalyptus 'Euky Dwarf' is an excellent flowering
specimen or shade tree. The compact size and long-lasting floral display makes this tree particularly popular for growth in small gardens and landscapes where space is confined.
* All dimensions are indicative