Eucalyptus cinerea-Eucalyptus. This aromatic plant is grown for its blue green foliage and is often used by floral designers as both a fresh green and preserved foliage. It has done well in the trial gardens in both Fargo and Dickinson. It had a tendency to fall over so it may benefit from staking. It also responds well to pruning.
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Blue-green foliage; Falling over but healthy and took frost very well
Dickinson - Very healthy and did well but stems were floppy and falling over