Standing around 24 inches in height, the Silver Dollar Eucalyptus is best characterized by its round leaves that are a blue/silver/gray color and held out horizontally on long, stiff stems. A native of Australia, Silver Dollar plant is at home in warm climates or indoors and can be pruned to desired height. In the sunny garden, it grows rapidly but is not invasive. Silver Dollar Eucalyptus is widely used in arrangements of fresh flowers as well as arrangements of preserved flowers. Bees are attracted to the creamy white flowers that grow in 1-inch clusters. To dry, simply cut the stem at the desired height and hang it upside down in a well-ventilated, dry, somewhat cool location.
Height to 24”
Note: Herbs need outside temperatures consistently 40 Degrees or higher to thrive. If it is still too cool at night, keep them in a bright part of the house.