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Eucalyptus glaucescens - Tingiringi Gum

An excellent variety that is both versatile, beautiful and extremely hardy.  It makes a very attractive nicely shaped specimen tree, both in the juvenile and adult stages of growth.
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Nursery Notes: Spring 2018:     1 litre stock ready again Spring 2018

3 litre stock 600-900mm in height sold out until Spring 2018

3 litre tall mature stock are now around 1.4-1.5m tall

5 litre stock are now ready at around 1500-1800mm tall (5-6ft) - chunky stock

12.5 litre sturdy specimens are just ready at 2.0-2.4m tall

20 litre specimen stock are nearly rooted down. Send us an email if you would like us to contact you when they are ready.

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Botanical Name: Eucalyptus glaucescens        MYRTACEÆ; Myrtle Family

Common Name: Tingiringi Gum

Status: Evergreen Tree  

Origin: Native to South-east Australia

Seed source: Central Victoria, Australia, hardy down to  -18°C

Why we like this variety:-

  • This tree has everything you could want in leaves, ornamental bark and good habit
  • Makes a good evergreen screen
  • Can be used for floristry
  • Stunning specimen tree

Description, habit,  uses and attributes: An excellent variety that is both versatile, beautiful and extremely hardy. It makes a very attractive nicely shaped specimen tree, both in the juvenile and adult stages of growth.  It can also be grown as a multi-stemmed specimen in a large container on a terrace (air-pots are best for this).  

The Tingiringi Gum produces a lignotuber; it coppices well.  Its fast growth makes it excellent for firewood logs and biomass production.  Intermediate foliage is good for cutting foliage.

Shoots 'n Leaves: Young shoots - silvery blue with pink bits.

Juvenile foliage: The rounded young leaves are amazingly silver, often with pink tips in the spring and are densely packed around the young stems. Adult foliage: typical lanceolate oval shape, in blue-green but it too shimmers silver in the breeze.

Bark: Young silvery green bark gives way to stunningly beautiful peeling white bark, which shreds in ribbons revealing an under layer in a rainbow of colours of coffee, grey, orange, green, yellow and pink.

Flowers: Cream coloured flowers,  which are deliciously sweetly fragrant

Leaf Aroma: eucalyptus with very strong warm fruity aromas.

Rate of Growth: Fast 1.5-2.0 metres per year 

Height in maturity, if left unpruned:  Tall   If left to grow unpruned, this variety can achieve a great height of 12 to 20 metres or more either as a single trunk or multi-trunk, depending on the soil type and degree of exposure.  Given plenty of access to moisture during the summer, it can produce a dense bushy crown. Deprived of moisture during the summer months and it will develop a very open, minimalist crown.
Hardiness: very hardy, very likely surviving down to -16°C once mature, on good free-draining soil
Planting Position and Soil Preference: Enjoys full sun. Good in an exposed location.  Happy in a wide range of soils, ranging from acidic through neutral, to alkaline and of average to good fertility. Tolerates poorly drained soil: grows well on our horrible yellow swampy wet clay soil at Grafton Nursery.

 

 

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