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Famous for the pungent fragrance of its blue, silver-dollar leaves that are often dried for flower arrangements, this plant also goes by the name Cider Gum for its sweet sap. For a continuous harvest of the round, waxy leaves, prune back the bush every winter to stimulate new growth. Or let it grow quickly into an upright tree of 30' or more with leaves that become lance-shaped and green. From the mountains of Tasmania, it is quite hardy and tolerates drought. One gallon tree.
USDA Zone: 7-9
Grow Height: 30+' (Large)
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: N/A