|Common name||Narrow Leaved Peppermint Gum|
|Approx size in 10 years||10 x 6|
Very attractive ornamental gum with weeping branches and fine textured bluish-green foliage, which smells of peppermint when crushed. Tiny white inconspicuous flowers attract birds. Grows in moist, not wet, soils and withstands drought and frost. Excellent shade tree.