Eucalyptus Lemon Scented citriodora Plug Plants

The lemon scent of this tree is so strong it's noticeable just by standing beside the tree. Crush the leaves and the lemon scent is intense, this tree is used in the production of Citronellal Oil.

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Description

  •     Best grown in a container
  •     Great Bonsai
  •     Move outside during summer and grow indoors over winter (Conservatory)
  •     Fill your conservatory with highly scented lemon.
  •     Easy to grow
  •     Will withstand -5 C Frost

The lemon scent of this tree is so strong it's noticeable just by standing beside the tree. Crush the leaves and the lemon scent is intense, this tree is used in the production of Citronellal Oil. The scent makes this a good choice for repelling insects or an ingredient in potpourri. Technically named ' Corymbia citiriodora'
In fact, if you’ve ever burned a citronella candle, don’t think it is scented with real lemon fragrance. Rather, it is made with oil from lemon eucalyptus bush leaves.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Growing Lemon Eucalyptus – How To Care For Lemon Eucalyptus https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/eucalyptus/growing-lemon-eucalyptus.htm

In fact, if you’ve ever burned a citronella candle, don’t think it is scented with real lemon fragrance. Rather, it is made with oil from lemon eucalyptus bush leaves.

It’s not difficult to describe possible lemon eucalyptus uses. Generally, gardeners like growing lemon eucalyptus for its ornamental qualities and for the fragrance of its leaves. In addition, however, it can be grown as a bee crop. The bush flowers are rich in nectar and excellent for attracting bees.

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