'Jersey Girl' is a stately beauty growing up to 60 feet tall and 30 feet or more wide with a straight trunk and an oak-like crown. After planting she'll grow rapidly to provide you cool shelter from the blazing hot sun in the heat of summer. If you don't want her as a large shade tree, she responds very well to pruning and can be cut back to the ground annually regrowing as a large shrub. Her cute, heart-shaped juvenile leaves, which become more elongated with age, are a soft green, and she produces clusters of attractive, white fuzzy flowers in summer. Her thick and fibrous bark is a grey-brown color and persistent on the trunk and the base of larger branches. On the upper branches and stems the bark is smooth and sheds in short ribbons. Highly adaptive, Jersey Girl grows well in most any type of soil, even fertile one's, which is uncommon with Eucaluyptus. Get all the details below!