Eucalyptus cladocalyx ‘nana’ – Dwarf Sugar Gum
Eucalyptus cladocalyx ‘nana’ – ‘Dwarf Sugar Gum’
A dwarf cultivar of the Sugar Gum growing to 10m tall with smooth grey bark and pointed green leaves. In summer it produces a display of creamy, white flowers that attract pollinating insects and birds.
It is a fantastic screening, shade or wind break tree on farms and large properties. It can also be an attractive shade and habitat tree in medium and large gardens.
It should be planted in full sun in well drained soils. It will tolerate light frost and drought. It responds well to pruning.