Eucalyptus globus

45,00 kr.

Eucalyptus globulus, commonly known as the Tasmanian blue gum, is a species within the Eucalyptus genus, celebrated for its distinctive blue-green leaves and impressive stature. With aromatic leaves, it plays a versatile role in ecosystems and agriculture, known for rapid growth and numerous benefits when well-managed.

Family: Myrtaceae (Myrtle family)
Climate: Temperate, Mediterranean, Subtropical, Tropical
Height: Known to reach towering heights, often exceeding 45 meters
Lifespan: Can live for several decades, typically around 50 to 150 years
Ecological Value:
        • Soil Erosion Control
        • Allelopathy
        • Wildlife Habitat
        • Bee Forage
        • Windbreaks
Crop Value:
        • Timber production
        • Essential oil production
        • Medicinal and Traditional Uses
        • Pulp and paper production
        • Ornamental and Landscaping
Nutritional Value: Not typically consumed by humans, but provides nectar for bees.