Eucalyptus archeri

'Alpine Cider Gum'. A tough, hardy gum tree from Tasmania, closely related to the ubiquitous E. gunnii, but smaller, with narrow grey-green leaves and smooth grey and white bark, turning briefly brown before peeling in summer. Can be stooled or pollarded to produce strong shoots retaining the very pretty, small, oval, blue juvenile foliage. Fast growing and drought tolerant.

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