10 Graines Eucalyptus subcrenulata, gommier jaune

10 Graines Eucalyptus subcrenulata, gommier jaune


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Eucalyptus subcrenulata, yellow gommier |

Eucalyptus subcrenulata , commonly called Alpine yellow gum of Tasmania , [2] is a species of small to medium size Endemic of the highlands of Tasmania. It has a smooth, brilliant green bark, adult leaves lanceolate with ovoid, floral pimples in groups of three, white flowers and hemispherical to campanula. It is similar to E. Johnstonii , E. Vernicosa and E. URNIGERA .

10 seeds - Average germination: 70%  in 30/40 days - Sowing direct

Eucalyptus Subcrenulata is a tree that generally grows at a height of 18 to 20 m (59 to 66 feet), sometimes a large straight tree up to 60 m (200 feet), and forms a lignubercule . He has a smooth bark, pale gray to brown or yellowish, often with horizontal black scars. Young plants and repulsions of Taillis have square section stems, sometimes with a wing on each corner and sessilesLeaves arranged in opposite pairs. These leaves are ovoids with round, shiny green, 30–85 mm (1.2–3.3.3 in) long and 30–50 mm (1.2–2.0 in) wide with small teeth on the edge. Adult sheets are alternated, in the shape of a spear in the shape of an egg, from the same shade of shiny green on both sides, from 52 to 135 mm (2.0 to 5.3 in) long and from 20 to 45 mm (0.79 to 1.77 in) wide, narrowing at the base at a Petiole of 15–37 mm (0.59–1.46 in long) long . The edge of the leaves sometimes has small teeth, the ribs form an angle greater than 45 ° with the middle rib and the leaves have a strong spicy aroma when they are crushed.  [2] [3] [4] [5]

The floral buttons are arranged at the ASSELLE of the leaves in groups of three on a peduncle not branched of 2–6 mm (0.079–0.236 in long, the individual sessile buds . The mature buds are oval, from 6 to 8 mm (0.24 to 0.31 in) long and 4 to 6 mm (0.16 to 0.24 in) wide with a Opecule Rounded to be. Flowering takes place from November to May, with a peak between January and March, and the flowers are white. Fruit is a sessile, woody , hemispherical capsule in the shape of a bell of 5–7 mm (0.20–0.28 in) long and 5–9 mm (0.20 –0.35 in) wide with the valves at the edge or slightly above. [2] [3] [5]

Tasmania's yellow eraser grows better in well -drained soil in a sunny place. He resists the frost but must be maintained watered. [10] He is recognized as being very tolerant in the cold in New Zealand and Great Britain. [11] Evans (1986) even identified E. Subcrenulata as a promising species for planting in the milder regions of the United Kingdom. [12]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/eucalyptus_subcrenulata

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