This web page created by Julian P. and Nathaniel W. on October 29, 2014

    Common Name:  Lemon-Scented Gum

    Botanical Name: Eucalyptus citriodora

    Location: Right in front of C2 and on the north side of the H3 building

    Plant Type: Evergreen     

    Sunset Zones:   Zones 5, 6, 8-24;H1, H2

    Sun Requirements: Full sun

    Water Requirements: Little or no water        

    Origin: Australia



    Description: Height: 45-90ft Spread: 15 -45ft Trunk: white to pinkish

    Leaves: Long leaves (3-7 in.) golden green, lemon scented

    Flowers: Small white flowers

    Fruit: Little urn-shaped capsules

    Unique Facts: Oils are used to make lemon scented products such as candles. Also students, if you crush the leaf of this tree you can smell lemon

View looking north of Revere Middle School farm, pathway, wheat, alfalfa, vineyard in distance
Chinese Flame leaves
Chinese Flame pods