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Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus has a beautiful smell that is great for filling fresh and dried bouquets. We offer several eucalyptus seed varieties that are easy to grow for any florist. A tender perennial in USDA zones 9–11 but mainly grown by florist as an annual.

Small Leaf Gum, has pale-green leaves, neatly arranged along its airy stems. Used commonly in floral arrangements and foliage. Common names for Eucalyptus parvula (a.k.a. Eucalyptus parvifolia) are: Small-Leafed Gum; Kybean gum; Gomboom.

Bimble Box has oval-shaped, dark green leaves with a significant menthol scent. Produces beautiful foliage that is used in cut-flower arrangements. Also makes great dry flower bouquets. Common names for Eucalyptus populnea are: Bimble box; Gum Tree, Gomboom, Poplar box and Bimbil box.

Produces beautiful lemon-scented foliage that can be used as filler in bouquets and flower arrangements. Medium-green, 2–7", sword-shaped leaves that produce a strong citronella fragrance. Leaf and stem tips turn a lovely red color in late summer/fall.

Vigorous Eucalyptus with large sand dollar shaped leaves. These leaves look beautiful in floral arrangements. Use as a filler or stand alone in a vase. Produces silvery green leaves on tall, sturdy stems. Plant height can vary from 30-60". Also known as 'Silver Dollar', gum, and euc.

Baby Blue is a eucalyptus tree with sickle shaped dark green leaves. Mainly used for production of floral arrangements and foliage. Eucalyptus globulus is commonly known as: Tasmanian Blue Gum; Blue gum; Southern blue gum; Tasmanian blue gumtree.

White Gum eucalyptus is a common florist's staple as a bouquet filler. Rounded leaves have a white-green hint to them. Great for bouquets, wreaths or drying. Eucalyptus has a lovely menthol-like fragrance. Eucalyptus rubida, commonly known as candlebark, ribbon gum or white gum.

'Baby Blue' or also know as 'Silver Dollar' is a common florist's staple as a bouquet filler. This plant is known for its long stems with rounded leaves in shades of dusty green. Great for bouquets, wreaths or drying. Eucalyptus has a lovely menthol-like fragrance. A tender perennial in USDA zones 9–11 but mainly grown by florist as an annual. As an annual, plants reach about 24"–48", but it can become a 35'-tall tree over time where perennial. This plant is very drought and heat tolerant once established.

Webster's Mallee is a eucalyptus tree with heart-shaped shaped dark green leaves. Mainly used for production of floral arrangements and foliage. Eucalyptus websteriana is commonly known as: Heart leaf mallee; Gum tree; Dainty Mallee & Gomboom.