Plant Eucalyptus Blue Ice in gray pot
Plant Eucalyptus Blue Ice in gray pot
Plant Eucalyptus Blue Ice in gray pot

Eucalyptus Blue Ice

$29.99
$29.99

Fleur & Co

Eucalyptus has a distinct, menthol-like fragrance and is a popular herb for home remedies. Native to Australia, it's commonly grown as an ornamental in the garden, though it can make a stunning indoor plant as well. Additionally, many crafters enjoy incorporating the dried leaves of the eucalyptus into their creations. Eucalyptus essential oils are also very common and can be used throughout your home for everything from cold remedies to aromatherapy. Plant Size Medium: 6 inch standard nursery pot Light Eucalyptus likes a lot of light, so settle your plant somewhere in your landscape that receives at least 8 to 10 hours of bright sunlight daily. Likewise, eucalyptus plants grown indoors should be kept near a window that gets plentiful sunlight. Water Water your eucalyptus plant with some regularity. While it can be considered partially drought-tolerant once established, it really doesn't like to be left dry for long periods and may even begin to drop leaves or branches. A good rule of thumb is to test the dryness of the soil to a depth of about 4 inches; if it feels dry to the touch, it's time to water. Plant Specific Care Plant your eucalyptus in a soil mixture that is moist but well-draining. When potting your eucalyptus in containers outdoors (or indoors for that matter), it's important to choose vessels that have ample drainage holes at their base. If you're planting eucalyptus directly in your garden and have no plans of containing it, make sure the area can accommodate its eventual size. If you use a conventional, round pot for your eucalyptus houseplants, the roots are very likely to start circling the inside of the pot. In time, they will be so tightly wound that you will not be able to transplant the tree. Instead, plant your tree in a large, cone-shaped Air-pot.Once a week, add liquid food to your plant water. Do this from early spring through the end of summer to feed your eucalyptus houseplant. Use a low nitrogen fertilizer. Pet-Friendly Plant No.

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Eucalyptus has a distinct, menthol-like fragrance and is a popular herb for home remedies. Native to Australia, it's commonly grown as an ornamental in the garden, though it can make a stunning indoor plant as well. Additionally, many crafters enjoy incorporating the dried leaves of the eucalyptus into their creations. Eucalyptus essential oils are also very common and can be used throughout your home for everything from cold remedies to aromatherapy.

Plant Size

Medium: 6 inch standard nursery pot

Light

Eucalyptus likes a lot of light, so settle your plant somewhere in your landscape that receives at least 8 to 10 hours of bright sunlight daily. Likewise, eucalyptus plants grown indoors should be kept near a window that gets plentiful sunlight.

Water

Water your eucalyptus plant with some regularity. While it can be considered partially drought-tolerant once established, it really doesn't like to be left dry for long periods and may even begin to drop leaves or branches. A good rule of thumb is to test the dryness of the soil to a depth of about 4 inches; if it feels dry to the touch, it's time to water.

Plant Specific Care

Plant your eucalyptus in a soil mixture that is moist but well-draining. When potting your eucalyptus in containers outdoors (or indoors for that matter), it's important to choose vessels that have ample drainage holes at their base. If you're planting eucalyptus directly in your garden and have no plans of containing it, make sure the area can accommodate its eventual size.

If you use a conventional, round pot for your eucalyptus houseplants, the roots are very likely to start circling the inside of the pot. In time, they will be so tightly wound that you will not be able to transplant the tree. Instead, plant your tree in a large, cone-shaped Air-pot.

Once a week, add liquid food to your plant water. Do this from early spring through the end of summer to feed your eucalyptus houseplant. Use a low nitrogen fertilizer.

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