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**THIS PLANT COMES WITH BASIC BLACK POT**
About Eucalyptus Tree
|Common Name||Rainbow Eucalyptus,|
|Maximum Reachable Height||1.5 to 2 feet|
|Flower Colour||white to pale yellow|
|Bloom Time||Early summer|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
Planting And Care
- Choose a species hardy enough for your climate. Some varieties are hardier than others but eucalyptus will only become a tree in frost-free climates.
- Choose a species of eucalyptus that will fit into your landscape when mature.
- There are species from 20 to 60 (6 to 18 m) high at maturity and some make a broad tree while others are slender.
- Choose smaller trees for transplanting. Root bound plants do not transplant well.
- Select a full sun, well drained location.
- Dig a hole 3 to 4 (7.6to10.2 cm) wider than the root ball and the same depth.
- Remove the pot or any burlap around the root ball.
- Center the plant in the hole and refill the hole with the soil you took out.
- Water well to settle the soil.
- Add more soil if necessary to bring the level to the top of the root ball.
- Keep eucalyptus well watered the first season after planting.
- Dont water after the first season unless there is a prolonged drought.
- Fertilization is generally not required.
Eucalyptus Tree Care
Several eucalypt species are among the tallest trees in the world. Eucalyptus regnans, the Australian mountain ash , is the tallest of all flowering plants (angiosperms); today, the tallest measured specimen named Centurion is 99.6 m (327 ft) tall.
|Sunlight||Full Sun to Partial Shade|
|Soil||Well drained soil|
|Temperature||20 to 30 degrees C|
|Fertilizer||Apply any organic fertilizer|
Eucalyptus Tree Uses
- The plant is used for ornamental purpose
- Eucalyptus is a tree
- The dried leaves and oil are used to make medicine
- Always seek advice from a professional before using a plant medicinally
Disclaimer : The image is for reference purposes only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.