Widely planted in Australia as an ornamental tree, this Eucalyptus has a smooth, straight trunk to 95 feet tall where it is endemic. Here in the Pacific Northwest, perhaps reaching 45 feet. The bark of the mature tree sheds in long peeling strips revealing various greys and tans. The mature leaves, blue-grey with a waxy bloom, are narrow and sickle-shaped. The fruits are those fragrant nobby, nubbly globules, hence "globulus." Evergreen.
Mature size: up to 45 ft tall (unless conditions resemble Australia)
Minimum temperature: 20° F