The eucalyptus tree is native to the subtropical rainforest of South Australia and Tasmania. Over 600 Eucalyptus species form the bulk of the trees in Australia, many of which are major suppliers of wood, some of which are ornamental trees.
The very fast-growing tree has been cultivated in the tropics, subtropics, and other frost-free areas for the drainage of swamps. You can find the eucalyptus tree today in North Africa, California up to Chile, and the Mediterranean.
Height: It is a tree reaching 10 meters to 15 meters.
Germination rate: 80 to 90 %.
Germination Period: 10 days.
Number of seeds: Around 1000 seeds.