Is there a list, somewhere, that shows which plants can live underneath
Eukes? Southern California. Most plants refuse to coexist with Eukes. I need
to plant some shrubs or trees to cover up the burned trunks of several huge
Eucalyptus trees. (Ground to 10')
It depends on the species of Eucalyptus. I've seen Rhaphiolepis growing
very close to E. ficifolia. I've also seen various plants doing well
near E. citriodora. It's unlikely you will succeed in getting anything
to grow near E. globulus or E. camaldulensis.
If the trunks were affected by fire, you might eventually lose the
trees. Actual damage might not appear for a year or two.
David E. Ross
Climate: California Mediterranean
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