Eucalyptus plants abound but most eucalyptus tree care is relatively simple, especially when you have pertinent information on growing eucalyptus trees, inside or out in the garden. Get tips on this here in the articles that follow as well as what you need to know to keep your eucalyptus plants healthy.
In areas of the world where eucalyptus has been cultivated as an exotic in plantations, the deadly eucalyptus canker disease can be found. Canker of eucalyptus is caused by the fungus Cryphonectria cubensis. Find out more about the disease in this article.
A beautiful, showy tree native to Australia, the Snow Gum eucalyptus is a tough, easy-to-grow tree that produces lovely white flowers and grows in a wide variety of conditions. Learn about Snow Gum eucalyptus care in this article.
Silver princess eucalyptus trees (Eucalyptus caesia) are native to Western Australia, where they are also known as Gungurru. Learn more about silver princess eucalyptus trees in the following article. Click here for additional information.
Eucalyptus is marked by distinctive, fragrant oil in the leathery leaves, bark and roots, although the oil may be stronger in some species. The aromatic oil provides a number of herbal eucalyptus benefits, as described in this article.
Lemon eucalyptus is an herb but it?s hardly a typical one. Lemon eucalyptus information suggests that the herb can grow to 60 feet high and even taller. For more lemon eucalyptus information, including how to care for lemon eucalyptus, click here.
Although they are quite drought tolerant, the trees can react to insufficient water by dropping branches. Disease issues can also cause branch drop. This article has more information about falling eucalyptus branches.
Eucalyptus are tall trees with shallow, spreading roots adapted to their native Australia. In the home landscape, though, the shallow root depth can become problematic. Click here for more information about eucalyptus shallow root dangers.
Eucalyptus trees are known for their large stature. Unfortunately, this can make them hazards in the home landscape, especially in wind-prone areas. For tips on preventing eucalyptus tree wind damage, this article will help.
Anyone used to seeing eucalyptus trees stretch to the skies in parks or woodlands may be surprised to see eucalyptus growing indoors. Can eucalyptus be grown indoors? Yes, it can. This article will help get you started.
Knowing when to water a eucalyptus tree is only part of the equation. The rate and diameter needed to reach the roots is also important knowledge. Guidelines on watering eucalyptus trees can be found in this article.
Are eucalyptus trees flammable? In a nutshell, yes. These beautiful stately trees are filled with aromatic oil, which makes them highly combustible. Learn more about the fire hazards of eucalyptus trees in this article.
Most trees shed bark as new layers develop under older, dead bark, but in eucalyptus trees the process is punctuated by a colorful and dramatic display on the trunk of the tree. Learn about peeling bark on a eucalyptus tree in this article.
A eucalyptus tree dripping sap is not a happy plant. Since it is stressed trees that are infested, the best defense it to provide adequate irrigation and use good cultural practices. This article has more information about the causes of eucalyptus tree oozing.
Eucalyptus is a sturdy, fairly disease-resistant tree, and attempting to troubleshoot dying eucalyptus trees is a difficult and disheartening endeavor. Click here for more information about eucalyptus tree diseases and tips on treating disease in eucalyptus.
Although more than 900 species of eucalyptus trees exist, some are more popular than others in the United States. Read this article to learn about poplar eucalyptus tree types. Click here for more information about different types of eucalyptus.
Rainbow eucalyptus is one of the most stunning trees you?ll ever see. Intense color and astringent fragrance make the tree unforgettable, but it?s not for everyone. Find out how to grow this amazing tree, and whether it is right for your landscape in this article.
Even if you choose a hardy specimen and protect it, you should still know how to fix cold damaged eucalyptus since weather can be surprising. This article can help with that. Click here to get more information.
Problems with eucalyptus trees are a fairly recent occurrence. The trees are native to Australia and up until 1990 were relatively pest and disease free. Find out more about eucalyptus tree problems in this article.
Eucalyptus is a tree most often associated with its native Australia environment and fun-loving koalas. There are many species of eucalyptus trees that can be grown in the home landscape. Click here for more info.