Eucalyptus moorei 'Nana'
A multi-stemmed shrub or small tree, usually, up to 6 m tall, native to New South Wales, Australia, where it grows in heaths at moderate to high elevations. Its peeling bark is very decorative, revealing shades of silvery gray, caramel brown, salmon pink and brownish-green. It has narrow to lanceolate, dull green leaves and clusters of golden-yellow buds that open into delicate white flowers. Eucalyptus moorei 'Nana' is an elegant ornamental, ideal for smaller gardens in warm-temperate climates. It tolerates poor and wet soils.