Rooted and ready to plant in your garden! Also fun indoors in containers! This gives you the flexibility to move it outdoors on your patio during the spring for maximum sunlight. Currently stocking 1 gal pot size (4" container pictured).
You will want to plant it in a large, cone-shaped pot. That way, you can transplant it into larger pots as it grows or transplant it outdoors As landscaping. Plant it in well-drained, fertile soil and give it ample water on a regular basis. Once a week, add liquid food to your plant water. Do this from early spring through the end of summer to feed your eucalyptus houseplant. Use a low nitrogen fertilizer. Prune as needed to keep it manageable and for fragrant eucalyptus branches to spread around your home!