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Summaryedit DescriptionAPI Français : Eucalyptus perriniana pendula Date 16 July 2008, 19:09:20 Source Own work Author Karlostachys
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Summaryedit DescriptionAPI English: Buds of Eucalyptus perrinana Date 21 August 2017, 16:35:47 Source Own work Author Geoff Derrin
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Summaryedit DescriptionAPI English: Mature specimen of Eucalyptus perrinana growing near the Jodrell Laboratories in Kew Gardens, London Date 21 August 2017, 16:34:49 Source Own work Author Geoff Derrin
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Summaryedit DescriptionAPI English: Mature leaves of Eucalyptus perrinana growing near the Jodrell Laboratories in Kew Gardens, London Date 21 August 2017, 16:35:57 Source Own work Author Geoff Derrin
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Eucalyptus perriniana

Round-leaved Snow Gum, Spinning Gum

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Details

Min. hardiness zone:
8
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Growing Info

Scarification
Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification
Stratification: Requires moist stratification at 4 degrees Centigrade for a full four weeks to obtain optimum germination.
Germination
Germination: sow seed 1/16" deep , tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed, keep moist

Looking for a unique and hardy tree for your garden? Look no further than Eucalyptus perriniana, also known as Spinning Gum. This native Australian tree is a sub-alpine species that grows in areas normally snow-covered for several months in winter. However, with domestic cultivars, it can grow in almost any temperate climate. The tree or mallee can grow up to 20 meters tall and has smooth, copper-colored bark that often turns white, grey, or greenish. The leaves yield up to 1% essential oil, and biotransformation of (+)-catechin by these trees' cultured cells produces Catechin-7-O-glucoside and catechin-5-O-glucoside. Don't wait any longer to add this rare and unique tree species, listed as "rare" under the Tasmanian Government Threatened Species Protection Act 1995, to your garden.

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