A member of the Eucalyptus family, the foliage of these branches are fragrant and known for their silvery, matte coloured leaves. In comparison with other Eucalyptus varieties, the leaves of the Eucalyptus Parvifolia are smaller and have more of a reddish brown bark. The hardy stems can be used for almost any application – wall, planter, wreath or decorative vase.
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Small leaved gum
5 to 10 years
~ 24 – 28 in
Conditions of use
Generalities: Preserved foliages are a natural product that can last for up to 8+ years. Variations in size, shape and colour may exist. A fragrance can be associated with some species; based on our experience, the smell is 99% of the time acceptable and fades fairly quickly but in some cases, it will take a lot more time. On average it takes 4-6 weeks. Spray scents on the moss will ruin the preservative and make it a lot more difficult for the smell to fade. Like all natural plants, some parts of the plant may show some slight defects (damaged or folded leaves, cut branches, etc). Delicate species can fade or dry within the first year. Contact us for more information.
Humidity/Temperature: Plants are best kept indoors at normal room temperature and humidity levels. Should humidity be too high, a few drops of colour may leak from the foliage. Some species can be sensitive to low humidity levels and curl. Avoid putting the plant in contact with water or direct sunlight to prevent the plant from fading or drying.