Named for its vibrant blue foliage that is the choice for use in dried floral arrangements, the ‘Bluey’ Cold Hardy Eucalyptus is a smaller growing variety that has has demonstrated excellent cold hardiness in our Georgia USDA Zone 8a gardens, and hardiness improves with age. The fragrant, elliptic to oval shaped blue leaves, which turn more silver with age, are packed along the branches. The trunk and branches are silver-grey with olive, gold, and russet hues. A profuse bloomer with small white flowers. A standout small specimen tree or large shrub to 15 feet tall, Bluey fits in smaller garden spaces where larger growing Eucalyptus species won't fit. Left to grow natural, Bluey will add up to 24 inches in height. Responds well to pruning so can be kept to a smaller size for use in pots, planters and other containers that can be situated as a conversation piece on patios, decks and around other outdoor living spaces. Get all the details below!