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The narrow-leaved peppermint or Forth River Peppermint, bears beautiful leaves that are easy to recognize thanks to their silvery shimmering in the light. Seeing that, the eye is drawn to the trunk, which peels into colourful layers that meld silver, brown and green.
It blooms to provide excellent nectar for honey. Dots on each leaf are actually oil glands. These are great for eucalyptus essential oil.
|Botanical Name||Eucalyptus radiata|
|Plant size:||Seedling pot, min 12 cm tall|
|Frost Tolerance:||Yes up to -5C|
|Drought Tolerance:||Tolerant once established.|
|Soil Type:||all soil and tolerate sandy soil
|Size:||5-20 m tall
|Pots:||Does well in pots.|
|Feeding:||Feed a high-quality native plant food every 6 months.|
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