Eucalyptus Stellulata


Stock status (June 2024)

General characteristics:

Hardy:Very to -14°C
Soil:Very versatile, happy in a wide range of PH and moisture content, poor rocky sand and thick clay.
Growth:Fast, up to 1.5m per year, once it gets going ! may be slow to establish.
Height:This is one of the shortest Eucalyptus, with mature trees reaching around 15m.
Biomass:Has a lignotuber, suitable for short rotation coppice.

Common names

Also known as; Black Sallys

Eucalyptus Stellulata can be coppiced for firewood / biomass, though generally it is grown as screening and hedging as it is happy to be cut back and pruned. If you have a small garden, then this naturally smaller Eucalyptus would be a good choice.

The common name of Stellulata is Black Sally, a reference to the weeping aesthetic of the mature tree, similar to Willow (Salix, Sallys).

Offering good shade from summer sun.

Eucalyptus Stellulata by river