- Light: Bright light; some direct sun is beneficial.
- Water: Allow the top half of soil to dry out between watering.
When growing it indoors, note that eucalyptus is considered a heavy feeder and requires full sun. Highly adaptable to most soils, the main concern is to pay close attention to basic feeding, lighting, and watering needs.
Many crafters enjoy incorporating the dried leaves in their creations as well. Eucalyptus essential oils are also very common and useful throughout your home for everything from cold remedies to aromatherapy.
Baby Blue Eucalyptus features blue-gray kabob-style foliage. It produces creamy-white flowers in the fall and spring. It is hardy to about 15 to 20 degrees F.