How tall does eucalyptus Gunnii Azura grow?

How tall does eucalyptus Gunnii Azura grow?

gunnii ‘Azura’ will reach 5m (15ft) tall by about 2m wide, in the medium term and approximately 10m (30ft) in the long term. It may be taller in exceptional growing conditions, but still less than half the finished height of its parents.

Is Eucalyptus Gunnii Azura fast-growing?

Eucalyptus Azura is a fast-growing evergreen tree. It reaches a height of 3 to 4 meters when mature. The tree grows approximately 60 to 90 centimeters per year until it reaches its full growth potential. The juvenile leaves of the tree are intensely blue.

How do you care for a eucalyptus Azura plant?

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  1. Position: full sun.
  2. Soil: neutral to slightly acidic soil that doesn’t dry out.
  3. Rate of growth: fast-growing.
  4. Flowering period: July to October.
  5. Hardiness: fully hardy.
  6. Garden care: Requires minimal pruning if grown as a tree, removing any broken, diseased or crossing branches in late autumn or winter.

Is Eucalyptus Gunnii Azura evergreen?

Eucalyptus gunnii Azura is a fantastic compact form of Eucalyptus with ornamental blue-green foliage all year round. The evergreen foliage has a round shape and wonderful Eucalyptus aroma. Growing to 5 metres in height and being particularly hardy, Eucalyptus gunnii Azura is well suited to gardens throughout the UK.

How far should a eucalyptus tree be from a house?

Have one about 8 metres from house which has been there for 15 years or more. Keep it to about 6ft and it has caused no problems whatsoever. It depends on the variety. There are many, many hundreds of them, including small varieties that don’t get beyond about 6 feet fully mature.

Can I keep a eucalyptus small?

Eucalyptus is an attractive evergreen tree grown mainly for its foliage and peeling bark. These trees can grow quite large if left unpruned, but pruning techniques, like coppicing and pollarding, mean you can enjoy this tree in even a small garden.

Can eucalyptus live indoors?

With some care, eucalyptus trees can be brought indoors as houseplants. As mentioned before, eucalyptus plants grow very fast and are relatively easy to start—but they can be finicky. It’s best to go with smaller varieties that do well indoors.

How far do eucalyptus roots spread?

Bill replies… Your Eucalyptus tree is now 4.8 metres high Chriss but it can easily grow to 15 – 20 metres and the roots can then cause problems with your house foundations.

Can eucalyptus grow in pots?

It’s possible to grow eucalyptus trees in pots for a short period. Fill the pot with a mix of 70% loam-based compost (e.g. John Innes no 2 or 3) and 30% horticultural grit to improve drainage. Prune regularly during the growing season, and feed weekly with a high potash feed.