Eucalyptus cinerea | Argyle Apple, Silver Dollar Gum

Interesting reddish bark on twisting branches and stark, grayish leaves are attractions of this Eucalyptus. Leaves are round in juvenile (young) stage, then elongate and curve as they age. Foliage is so distinctive it is often used in floral arrangements. Canopy coverage: 491 square feet.

Water Requirement: very low

Sun Exposure: full sun

Cold Hardiness: cold hardy to 20F

Growth Rate: fast

Height: 25 feet high

Width: 25 feet wide


Foliage Color: gray

Flower Color: cream

Flower Season: spring, summer

Wildlife: bees, hummingbirds