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Eucalyptus, Tasmanian Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus) potted tree, 9 inch deep pot

$31.00

Family:  Myrtle (Myrtaceae)

Hardy to Zones 8 to 11

(Tasmanian Blue Gum)  Native to Tasmania and the best choice for cold tolerance.  Main species used for making oil of eucalyptus, this is an incredibly fast-growing tree with handsome, blue-green foliage in elegantly sweeping compound branches.  Space trees at least 15 feet apart.

Potted tree in 9 inch deep pot, certified organically grown

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  1. Question

    Amanda (verified owner)

    I’m in zone 7. Do I need to keep my trees in the greenhouse with some warmth or outside?

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      Richo Cech

      Hi Amanda,
      Be careful with frost on these when they are young–easy to lose them–keep in greenhouse until spring. richo

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    Cecily (verified owner)

    Can you grow the eucalyptus plant indoors?

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    K

    Hello, we live in Texas, how does this plant handle humidity? thanks!

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    JD

    Hi Richo, I am in zone 3/4 in Wyoming and I’ve heard that there are species of eucalyptus which would actually tolerate this cold of an environment, due to eucalyptus’ lineage dating back to Godwana, or some such. Is this nuts, or does this jibe with what you’ve heard about some eucalyptus species (and if so, which ones?)

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hello, as far as i know the cold hardiest eucs go down only to a zone 6. Everything i’ve tried is chancy in my zone 8 at altitude. some winters they make it, some winters they fry. richo

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    Jeannette

    Hi we live in Zone 5, therefore, can we grow it indoors as a house tree and or plant?

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