This straight forest tree is also known as the Sydney blue gum. It can grow up to 65 meters and survive well over 200 years. The bark is smooth pale grey to white, and after three to four years it produces white flowers. The wood is highly prized in flooring and furniture for its rich dark honey color. The tree's epicormic buds enable it to regenerate after bush fire.
USDA Zone range is 8 to 10
Minimum tested germination rate is 60%