Uses: Highly ornamental Eucalyptus from WA. Often used in mixed native landscapes for the flowers and grey foliage. Suitable for smaller gardens.
Can be pruned to maintain shape
Has very large nuts and flowers.
Good tree open areas, wider verges, batters, parks and reserves. Slow growing.
Attracts nectar eating birds and insects for food and habitat.
Requires well-drained soils.
Note: This species is provisionally classified schedule 1, Regulation 24.2 under the Sewerage Act. Written approval is required prior to planting in streets or roads. It should not be planted closer than two metres to any sewer main or connection.