What are the pros? Not a Eucalyptus. Fragrance!
What are the cons? Not easy to germinate.
Wonderfully fragrant shrub or small tree used since aboriginal times. Common name of Lemon Myrtle also used for the Eucalyptus citriodora, but that really is a large tree and a fire risk here in Ca, albeit beautiful and fragrant. Backhousia citriodora has beautiful white fragrant flower clusters as well as leaves. It is easily managed and typically no more then 20 feet max. Its roots are not invasive and can be grown in containers. Here, few problems and fairly drought tolerant.
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