Eucalyptus pulverulenta Baby Blue
Silver dollar, Mountain silver
Botanical nomenclature: Eucalyptus pulverulenta Baby Blue
Common name: silver dollar, mountain silver
Origin: Australia, New Zealand
Brightness: full sun, partial shade
Height: between 4 and 6 meters
Drought tolerant and temperature resistant to -10ºc
Powdery eucalyptus "baby blue" is the silver dollar of florists worldwide. The cultivar of bridal bouques and garlands, the bluish gray of its foliage makes it a wild card for floral arrangements.
The species is really a spectacle, it can acquire a huge variety in shapes and sizes, each of them simply unique.
It produces cream-white flowers between the armpits of its leaves and are very decorative in autumn and spring; extremely aromatic.
It is the most prolific flowering variety, truly fantastic.
The tree is small and very unusual, an odd specimen that should not be left out of a beautiful collection.
Easy cultivation and germinate easily between 3 and 5 weeks.