E. pauciflora is notable in as it's reported to be one of the most cold hardy species of all Eucalypts. It is a popular ornamental species and rightly so.
They tend to take a couple of years or so to establish i.e. growing slowly, before they grow faster. They also need good drainage as these are normally accustomed to rocky alpine conditions.
Mature Height: 10m
Rate of Growth: Slow 0.5-1m per year
Hardiness: *** -15°C +
Soil: Dry Tolerant
Position: Wind Tolerant, Salt Tolerant
Growth Habit: Single or multi-stemmed. Spreading growth habit with open crown.
Leaves: Large oval bluish to glaucous juvenile leaves and glossy olive green adult leaves.
Bark: The bark is smooth and shiny white, cream, green and grey which sheds in ribbons from the stems and branches.
Special Interest: Ornamental Specimen, Can be grown in a pot, Very Hardy
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