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Eucalyptus Glaucescens Tingiringi Gum Tree

Eucalyptus Glaucescens Tingiringi Gum Tree

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Eucalyptus Glaucescens, commonly known as the Tingiringi Gum or White Peppermint, is a distinctive eucalyptus species native to southeastern Australia. This evergreen tree is renowned for its striking features and adaptability to a variety of environmental conditions.

Characterised by a straight and tall trunk, Eucalyptus Glaucescens can reach considerable heights, making it a notable presence in its native forests. The bark of this species is smooth and typically sheds in long, ribbon-like strips, revealing a powdery white to light grey surface underneath.

The foliage of Eucalyptus Glaucescens consists of lance-shaped leaves with a glaucous, or blue-grey, appearance. This colouration is attributed to a waxy coating on the leaves, which not only contributes to the tree's distinctive aesthetic but also aids in reducing water loss, a characteristic particularly useful in its natural habitat.

Known for its adaptability, the Tingiringi Gum thrives in a range of soil types and is well-suited to both coastal and inland environments. It is often cultivated for its ornamental value in gardens and landscaping, adding a touch of elegance with its graceful form and attractive foliage.

 At a glance:

  • Attractive eucalyptus specimen tree
  • Resilient and adaptable
  • Fragrant foliage
  • Ideal for hedging

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Common Name
Plant Form
Plant Type
Plant habitat Drought and wind tolerant
Sunlight Full sun
Flowering period
Flower Colour
Season of interest Winter
Foliage Evergreen
Hardiness Rating (RHS) H7 <  -20 °C
Soil type Well-drained soil, chalk, clay, loam
Soil PH Alkaline - Acidic
Size Height: 25m, Spread: 7m
Care notes  Can be hard-pruned annually and kept as a shrub or to promote the juvenile leaves.


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