Eucalyptus pulverulenta, commonly known as silver-leaved mountain gum, is a species of straggly tree or mallee that is endemic to southern New South Wales.
- Tolerates light frost once established
- Full sun/ part shade
- Height up to 4m, width 3m
- Well drained soils, adapts to most soils
- Flowers: late autumn, spring
- Attracts – Birds, bees & butterflies
Baby Blues - Eucalyptus pulverulenta