Virginia Tech Dendrology

cadagi Myrtaceae Eucalyptus torelliana F.Muell. Listen to the Latin symbol: --
Leaf: Alternate (may be opposite on young branches), evergreen, simple, leathery, variable but usually ovate, to 7 inches, wavy margin, green above or with a pink tint, generally pubescent when young, a wider leaf than most eucalypts.
Flower: Attractive, large creamy white clusters, appearing in October in Australia.
Fruit: Large and nearly round, ripening January-February in Australia.
Twig: Slender, reddish.
Bark: Gray with persistent scales at the base, smooth, tight and gray-green above.
Form: A dense shade tree with an irregular crown to 75 feet.
leaf bark form1 map
Additional Range Information: Eucalyptus torelliana is planted in the USDA hardiness zones shown above and may seed into the landscape. See states reporting cadagi.

All material © 2018 Virginia Tech Dept. of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation; Photos and text by: John Seiler, Edward Jensen, Alex Niemiera, and John Peterson; Silvics reprinted from Ag Handbook 654