Eucalyptus caesia magna - a smaller species with silvery grey leaves on pendulous white frosted branches and contrasting reddish stems. The buds and fruits are large and glaucous, the flowers are pink to red and nearly ever blooming. This species needs good drainage and is drought resistant. It is reported to bloom at 5 years of age and large gumnuts making this an attractive specimen. Moderate frost tolerance to about -5°C once mature.
For more red flowered semi hardy gums see Eucalyptus ficifolia, Eucalyptus leucoxylon megalocarpa, Eucalyptus leucoxylon petiolaris and Eucalyptus sideroxylon rosea.