This eucalypt tree originates from the sugar gums of South Australia. This ‘nana’ variety commonly grows up to 10 metres and the canopy is roughly half the height.
The dwarf sugar gum grows well in dry areas and is very hardy. It’s bushy canopy works well for a windbreak solution.
Leaves are dark green in colour and contrasts against the light grey/blue bark which is also smooth.
White flowers are formed in large bunches during the summer months.