Lemon Eucalyptus tree ( real citronella) live plant (2023)

Lemon eucalyptus
Corymbia citriodora,
Repel Mosquitos and Other Pests Naturally
The amazing scent of the Lemon Eucalyptus will naturally fill your home or landscape, giving it a fresh and clean aroma. Your family and guests will be constantly complementing the all-natural lemon scent around your home.

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While these Eucalyptus trees invite guests in, they will send pests packing. The citronella oil in the leaves will naturally repel mosquitoes, fleas and ticks. Place a few crushed leaves around your home to keep bugs at bay.

Before going outside in the evening crush a few leaves in your hands to extract the oil and relax as bugs avoid you instead of biting. This tree is perfect for backyards where barbecues and family reunions are often held because it will repel bugs away from your guests.

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The Lemon Eucalyptus Tree is an extremely versatile evergreen tree. You can use it as a large shade tree if planted outdoors because it quickly reaches heights of 50-60 tall.

However, if kept in a container this tree will stay small and even flourish indoors. If you live outside of its recommended growing zones simply place your tree in a container and place it near a large sunny window inside.

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Whether the Lemon Eucalyptus is inside or out its beauty will capture the attention of onlookers with its lush green leaves and smooth grey trunk. It's the ideal patio or poolside tree with both its function as a pest repellant and striking beauty.

This low maintenance eucalyptus variety easily survives in a variety of different conditions, like poor soil or droughts. Simply plant it and watch it thrive. This container tree doesn't need any babying.

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Planting & Care
The Lemon Eucalyptus (Corymbia citriodora) is an evergreen with a natural lemon scent which is sure to infuse the air with it’s citrusy aroma. It thrives in very warm climates, USDA growing zones 9-11, but can also be potted and brought indoors during the winter for cooler zones. This also allows that fresh, lemon scent to act as a natural air freshener for your home. Be sure to allow plenty of room in your yard when planting outdoors. This tree easily reaches a mature height of 50-60 feet and a width of 20-25 feet. Grow your lemon eucalyptus in a container to limit the growth of the tree. The green leaves are long and narrow and adorned with tiny white flowers during blooming season. The citronella oil contained in the leaves helps to repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes and can also be rubbed on your hands when going outdoors to help from getting bit.
Choosing a location: You’ll want a full sun area that drains well and is far from other competing plants. They are adaptable to many different types of soil, but will not tolerate constant standing water.
Planting directions (in ground):
1) Dig your hole twice the width of the root ball and just as deep.
2) Try to take as much care as you can not to rough up the roots when you remove the tree from its pot. Eucalyptus roots are quite sensitive, they do not like to be disturbed so there is no need to spread out the roots when you place it into the hole.
3) Eucalyptus trees may require some soil amending at the time of planting if there is an abundance of clay or sand content to it. For heavy clay soils, mix in some good organic matter like aged cow manure at 25-50% of the ratio of the clay soil. For highly sandy soils, adding peat moss or compost will help retain soil moisture.
4) Hold the tree upright to where the tip of the root crown is level with the soil surface. Gently back fill the hole (remember to be delicate with those roots). When the hole is partially filled, soak the soil, let it settle, then finish backfilling to the top of the root ball. Repeat several times until full, watering between layers.
5) Apply a 2 inch layer of mulch at a distance of about 2-3 feet around the trunk of the tree. DO NOT let the mulch touch the trunk of the tree as this can promote fungus and rot. Shredded wood mulch works well or a 3 inch layer of pine straw can also be utilized.
Planting directions (potted): Potting a young eucalyptus tree is widely encouraged and can be easily cared for in cooler climate areas with a few basic steps.
1) Select the appropriate pot for your new tree. Typically going up 1-2 pot sizes is recommended so there is not an excess of moisture being retained in the potting soil (Ex: If the tree purchased is in a 1 gallon pot, go up to a 3 gallon size). Traditional round pots can be used but the roots are likely start circling the inside, requiring constant repotting. Good drainage holes in the pot are essential to the tree’s survival (this is also another benefit of going only 1-2 pot sizes up). These drought tolerant trees tolerate drying out more than staying wet.
*If caring for your new tree in a pot at first with the intention of putting it to ground, select a semi-large, cone shaped pot. This way it can easily be transplanted to its permanent home.
2) Another key to good drainage is the correct type of potting soil used. Start with a porous, loose potting medium good enough to support the roots and retain just a slight amount of moisture. This can be found at your local garden center or nursery and is fairly inexpensive.
*Gardening Tip* Moisture control soil is NOT recommended for this tree.
3) Potted or not, eucalyptus trees require FULL SUN. Try to have it in a sunny, south facing window to keep it happy and healthy. Keep the tree outside as much as possible during the summer months.
*Tip: When moving the potted tree inside/outside, try to match the outside temperature with the indoor temperature to avoid “climate shocking” the tree.
4) If you’re planning on keeping the tree potted, it’s a good idea to repot every spring into a slightly larger pot size.
Watering (In Ground): Eucalyptus are drought tolerant, but for their first season it/they will require a regular watering regiment to assist in getting fully acclimated. Be sure to keep your soil moist but NEVER saturated. Using your index finger is a good way to tell if the tree is ready for another drink of water or not. Stick your finger into the soil near the tree and if it still feels moistened, leave it be. If it’s dry and sandy to the touch, give it a good watering. Mulch is very beneficial especially in the Summer season where water may evaporate much more quickly and it will also help combat competing weeds that might grow nearby. Watering regularly will not be as necessary after the trees first season, the normal rainfall should be sufficient but in extended periods of drought, it may need some extra water.
Watering (Potted): Eucalyptus will need to be watered regularly to keep the soil moist (but NOT soaking). Potted trees can dry out more quickly than the landscape so be sure to water just enough until you see it escaping the drainage holes and stop. DO NOT allow the water to remain in the tray.
Fertilization (In Ground): We do not recommend fertilizing your eucalyptus tree if it is already planted in the ground.
Fertilizing (Potted): Eucalyptus that is potted may benefit from a slow release fertilizer once every Spring. A basic 10-10-10 formula works perfectly well.
Pruning: Eucalyptus trees respond well to pruning but is not necessary for the first two seasons. When you are ready to prune, be sure to remove dead branches. Pruning is recommended in the high heat of summer, which is when the eucalyptus’ nickname “gum tree” becomes more clear. The tree will bleed out a sticky substance but do not be too concerned as the high heat of Summer will assist in the healing of the wounds much more quickly. Try to avoid pruning when it is there is a high humidity in the air as this can promote fungal infections. Potted eucalyptus can be pruned/shaped at any time to maintain desired shape and size.
Some species such as the Rainbow Eucalyptus shed back their bark to reveal a splendor of colors making them quite an attractive addition to any property. Adding a eucalyptus tree to your home can provide multiple benefits: repelling insects, medicinal use and sinus relief. Birds and small mammals are drawn to the tree and also assist in the pollination of certain species of eucalyptus that is known for producing “gum nut fruit.” The trees have been known to be very prolific growers and average a lifespan of 250+ years! You can also create a new and exciting shower (or bath) experience by hanging fresh eucalyptus leaves in the bathroom where the steam can release an aromatic, healing vapor to open up your lungs. There are many benefits and rewards that come with adding a eucalyptus tree to your home whether it be to crush up the leaves for the soothing oil or repelling irritating mosquitoes and ticks.

FAQs

Is lemon eucalyptus the same as citronella? ›

Lemon eucalyptus is the essential oil that's distilled from the leaves of the lemon eucalyptus tree. It has many different chemical components, including the major component citronellal. This is also found in other essential oils like citronella. OLE is an extract from the leaves of the lemon eucalyptus tree.

What can I do with lemon eucalyptus plant? ›

Oil from the leaves is applied to the skin as a medicine and insect repellent. Lemon eucalyptus oil is used for preventing mosquito and deer tick bites; for treating muscle spasms, toenail fungus (onychomycosis), and osteoarthritis and other joint pain. It is also an ingredient in chest rubs used to relieve congestion.

Does lemon eucalyptus smell like citronella? ›

Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus was put to the test. After application of the oil, which smells similar to citronella, Mosquitoes still buzzed, Mosquitoes still landed, Mosquitoes did NOT bite!

Is lemon eucalyptus different from eucalyptus? ›

Lemon Eucalyptus oil comes from a different kind of tree than Eucalyptus oil. Lemon eucalyptus is a common nickname for the tree, but it is also called the lemon-scented gum and blue spotted gum. Despite its name, Lemon Eucalyptus is not citrus. Like Lemon Myrtle and Lemongrass oil, it simply has a lemony aroma.

Do mosquitoes hate lemon eucalyptus? ›

Lemon eucalyptus oil

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have approved eucalyptus oil as an effective ingredient in mosquito repellent. A 2014 study showed that a mixture of 32 percent lemon eucalyptus oil provided more than 95 percent protection against mosquitoes for 3 hours.

Does lemon eucalyptus plant repel mosquitoes? ›

Oil of lemon eucalyptus is a natural, plant-based substance that's been proven to repel mosquitoes, ticks, and other insects.

Does lemon eucalyptus attract bugs? ›

Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus (OLE)

OLE is an ingredient derived from a tree native to Australia known as lemon-scented gum (among other names). The active component of OLE—the one that repels the bugs—is called p-menthane-3,8-diol, or PMD.

Does lemon eucalyptus keep ticks away? ›

A recent report by Consumers Union found 30% oil of lemon eucalyptus (Repel®) to keep mosquitoes and ticks away for 7-8 hours.

Can eucalyptus survive in pots? ›

You can grow any Eucalyptus tree in a pot... after all, we do here! However, we have found that some species lend themselves to successful long-term pot cultivation over others. Dwarf and medium sized species are the best candidates, as they tend not to race away.

Does lemon eucalyptus repel rats? ›

Essential oils that may be helpful in repelling rats and mice include peppermint oil, lemon oil, citronella oil, and eucalyptus oil. You can make an essential oil spray by mixing 2 teaspoons of oil with 1 cup of water or rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle. Then spray it anywhere you see traces of rodents.

Do rodents like the smell of eucalyptus? ›

It is proven that the eucalyptus scent is a strong mice repellent. You can easily mix up a DIY eucalyptus oil spray using two teaspoons of eucalyptus oil, one cup of water and a couple of drops of liquid detergent.

Do spiders hate lemon eucalyptus? ›

Here are your essential oil options for repelling spiders: Peppermint oil. Citrus: orange, lemon, and lime. Eucalyptus oil (or spread eucalyptus leaves)

Do ticks like lemon eucalyptus? ›

Citrefine's Citriodiol® Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus repels deer ticks for almost five hours, a new study has revealed. Conducted for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the study tested our active ingredient, Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus (OLE) – sold under the tradename Citriodiol® OLE – against 3-species of ticks.

Which eucalyptus is best for breathing? ›

In general, it's healthier to breathe through your nose instead of your mouth. That's because nose breathing is more natural and helps your body effectively use the air you inhale. Yet, it's estimated that about 30-50% adults breathe through their mouth, especially earlier in the day.

Does eucalyptus fight Covid? ›

Taken together, data from both preclinical and clinical trials point towards the promising therapeutic potential that resides in eucalyptus oil and its active constituent, i.e. eucalyptol in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.

What plant do mosquitoes hate the most? ›

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  • Catnip. ...
  • Marigolds. ...
  • Basil. ...
  • Peppermint. ...
  • Garlic. ...
  • Pennyroyal.
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What smell do mosquitoes hate the most? ›

Mosquitoes hate peppermint much like wasps and other common pests. Lavender – Lavender is not only an effective mosquito repellent, it's also touted as a powerful ointment to relieve itchy mosquito bites. This oil has a pleasant floral scent and is the safest choice for children.

What kills mosquitoes the best naturally? ›

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  • #1: Eliminate standing water.
  • #2: Candles, incense and essential oils.
  • #3: Pot the right plant.
  • #4: Lemon and clove.
  • #5: Garlic spray.
  • #6: Eucalyptus oil.
  • #7: Mosquito net.
  • #8: Camphor.
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Is lemon eucalyptus safe for dogs? ›

Many essential oils, such as eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil, cinnamon, citrus, peppermint, pine, wintergreen, and ylang ylang are straight up toxic to pets. These are toxic whether they are applied to the skin, used in diffusers or licked up in the case of a spill.

What kind of tree keeps mosquitoes away? ›

Trees: Eucalyptus, Tea Tree

While humans generally like the fragrance of eucalyptus and tea tree, their strong scents are a major deterrent to mosquitoes. The CDC has even approved eucalyptus oil as an ingredient in mosquito repellent.

Is DEET better than lemon eucalyptus? ›

NMSU researchers found that a product containing oil of lemon eucalyptus was about as effective and as long lasting as products containing DEET.

What does eucalyptus keep away? ›

Eucalyptus oil has been proven to repel roaches, ants, flies, spiders, lice, and more.

Do Wasps like lemon eucalyptus? ›

Wasps hate the smell of eucalyptus. You can also apply the oil as a deterrent by dropping it onto tissue paper strips or ribbons and securing to your window to blow in the breeze.

Do roaches like the smell of eucalyptus? ›

Koala bears may love the smell, and the taste of eucalyptus, but cockroaches find it quite disagreeable. If you have been looking for an excuse to plant a eucalyptus bush in your front yard or spray your home with fresh eucalyptus oil, consider this your opening.

Does lemon eucalyptus attract bees? ›

So I did some research and found that the Lemon Eucalyptus tree in Australia is known for attracting bees.

Do ticks like citronella? ›

Oil of citronella is a widely used biopesticide that has been registered as an insect repellent with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) since 1997. One study that analyzed 11 essential oils found that a combination of thyme and citronella essential oil was the most effective against ticks.

How do you make lemon eucalyptus insect repellent? ›

Simply add 1 teaspoon of the lemon eucalyptus essential oil and ¼ cup of coconut oil to a spray bottle. Put the cap on the bottle and shake it up to mix. There you go - all-natural homemade mosquito repellent!

Do eucalyptus trees need a lot of water? ›

Young trees only require 1 to 2 gallons (3-6 L.) of water during the dry months. This can occur once per week in most soils but may require irrigating daily in sandy soils in full sun. The actual rate once the tree has grown will vary due to soil porosity and site but, on average, the soil should be moist 3 feet (1 m.)

Does eucalyptus like lots of water? ›

Many Eucalyptus originate from swamp areas and are therefore very tolerant of wet or even waterlogged soils. They are also a thirsty tree so can help in soaking up excess water.

Can eucalyptus be in full sun? ›

If you are trying eucalyptus as a houseplant, or overwintering one, give it as much sun as possible in the home. Usually a bright southern exposure will work best. If you are planting eucalyptus in an area where they are hardy, the plant can become invasive.

What attracts rats to your house? ›

There are two main things that can attract mice and rats to your house – food and shelter. If you don't tidy up properly and there's food waste on the floor or surfaces, rodents are going to love it! Rats and mice also need shelter, particularly during winter to avoid the worst of the cold.

What smell are rats afraid of? ›

This makes peppermint oil, chili powder, citronella, and eucalyptus the most common natural rodent repellents. Chemical smells, such as ammonia, bleach, and mothballs also work as mice deterrents.

What smells will keep mice away? ›

Mice can be kept away by using the smells of peppermint oil, cinnamon, vinegar, citronella, ammonia, bleach, and mothballs.

What animals does eucalyptus repel? ›

Pest Control – Eucalyptus is an effective remedy against pests like pantry moths, mice, or rats. To keep these pests out, place cotton balls moistened with two drops of eucalyptus oil in cabinets and drawers. For rodents, like mice or rats, the goal is to keep them outside where they belong.

Does eucalyptus smell bother dogs? ›

But even though your dog can smell eucalyptus — whether it's from the tree itself or through an essential oil diffuser — it doesn't mean they should. Eucalyptus is actually toxic to dogs (and humans) when ingested, and it can cause also irritation when applied to the skin.

Do mice like lemon eucalyptus? ›

Coconut, tea tree oil, lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary, lemon grass, and peppermint are scents popularly believed to repel lice.

Does eucalyptus repel ants? ›

A simple eucalyptus oil solution or a concentrated garlic spray have both been known to put ants off and the best part it is this won't harm your harm your plants, or you!

What color do spiders hate? ›

The color that spiders tend to hate is light blue. People don't just paint their porches light blue for the aesthetic. Painting your porch ceiling in this shade is a pretty effective way of keeping spiders away. The color is also known to repel wasps.

What kills spiders instantly? ›

White Vinegar

In a spray bottle, mix white vinegar and water in equal parts. Then, get ready to spray whenever you see a spider—the acidic nature of the vinegar will kill the spider on contact.

Does cinnamon keep ticks away? ›

Not only smell great, but they are also known to be natural tick repellents. Ticks hate the smell of lemon, orange, cinnamon, lavender, peppermint, and rose geranium so they'll avoid latching on to anything that smells of those items.

What smells do ticks love? ›

Unlike many other bugs (hello, mosquitoes!), ticks aren't generally attracted to synthetic scents in perfumes, colognes, laundry products, and deodorants. However, they may be attracted to perfumes containing certain natural ingredients, like musk oil. If you plan to be outdoors, it's wise to forego perfume.

What plants do tick hate? ›

You can help deter ticks and other pests in your backyard by planting these fragrant anti-tick plants, which also help keep other pests at bay.
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  • Mint. ...
  • Rosemary. ...
  • Rue. ...
  • Wormwood. ...
  • Fleabane Daisy. ...
  • Chrysanthemums. ...
  • Pennyroyal.
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Is eucalyptus toxic to inhale? ›

Inhaling the oil is not dangerous, but one should be very careful in young children and babies, as it could be dangerous to expose them to high dosages of eucalyptus oil, even when inhaled. You should not suffer any side effects from the eucalyptus oil that you inhaled, but just be careful next time.

Does eucalyptus clean the air? ›

Eucalyptus - There's a reason you smell this essential oil in spas and see people hanging eucalyptus leaves in their showers on Pinterest. It purifies the air to keep it fresh, and also works as a natural decongestant. It can also be used to open up your sinuses and alleviate congestion due to colds and allergies.

Who shouldnt use eucalyptus? ›

For adults, eucalyptus oil is generally safe when applied to the skin. DO NOT put eucalyptus oil, salve, or chest rub on the face or nose of a child under 2. People with asthma, seizures, liver disease, kidney disease, or low blood pressure should not use eucalyptus without first talking to their doctors.

What to do to make Covid go away faster? ›

To care for yourself, follow these steps:
  1. Keep a daily routine, such as taking a shower and getting dressed.
  2. Take breaks from COVID-19 news and social media.
  3. Eat healthy meals and drink plenty of fluids.
  4. Stay physically active.
  5. Get plenty of sleep.
  6. Avoid use of drugs, tobacco and alcohol.

How do you use eucalyptus for blocked nose? ›

Using these products can help ease your discomfort from nasal congestion and stuffiness. Eucalyptus oil can be used the same way you would use peppermint oil. Put a few drops into your bath or a warm bowl of water and breathe in the steam for a few minutes. Alternatively, you can use it with a diffuser in your room.

Can eucalyptus bring back sense of smell? ›

I spent 5 days and nights without being able to taste and smell anything. During this time, I was regularly inhaling Eucalyptus oil for smell training. Within 5 to 6 days I started regaining my olfactory senses.

Is lemon and citronella the same? ›

Though citronella and lemon grass look alike, both have different properties. Citronella oil is used in manufacturing mosquito repellents, perfumes, soaps and deodorants among other toiletries. Whereas, lemon grass can be used as herbal tea. It smells like lemon, but it tastes milder and sweeter.

What scent is similar to citronella? ›

Lemongrass is seen by many as being more effective against repelling mosquitoes than citronella. Both lemongrass and citronella are plants that emit an odor when leaves and stems are bruised or broken.

What is the difference between citronella and lemon? ›

Lemongrass and citronella are two closely related plants and have a very similar appearance and smell. The main difference between lemon grass and citronella is that citronella has red or magenta base stems while lemon grass has green base stems.

What is the common name for citronella? ›

Cymbopogon nardus (L.) Rendle
Family Name:Poaceae (Gramineae)
Common Name:Citronella Grass, Ceylon Citronella

Which is the real citronella plant? ›

The term “citronella plant” can refer to two different types of plants: citronella grass (Cymbopogon nardus and Cymbopogon winterianus) and a scented geranium variously known as citrosa or mosquito plant (Pelargonium citrosum). Citronella grass is an inedible grass related to lemongrass.

Can you eat citronella plant? ›

Is Citronella Edible? Citronella geraniums are edible, yes! This plant is part of the (edible) geranium family. Both the flowers and leaves are scented, and both are edible.

What does citronella do to your body? ›

It is reputed to reduce muscles spasms, ease headaches, and boost energy. Used cosmetically or topically in general, Citronella Essential Oil can deodorize and refresh foul body odors, eliminate head and body lice, slow the look of aging, enhance skin health, and improve skin's absorption of moisture.

Is citronella toxic to breathe? ›

When applied to the skin: Citronella oil is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when applied to the skin as an insect repellent. It might cause skin reactions or irritation in some people. When inhaled: It's LIKELY UNSAFE to inhale citronella oil. Lung damage has been reported.

What bugs will citronella keep away? ›

It is effective against a wide variety of pests, including but not limited to flies, mosquitoes, and ticks. Its distinctive odor drives away some insects, while preventing others from identifying a host. Candles made of Citronella oil work effectively to repel mosquitoes and insects when burned in the immediate area.

Why do bugs hate citronella? ›

“Citronella oil's volatile compounds give it its mosquito-repelling reputation,” explains Justin Hancock, horticulturist at Costa Farms. “Unfortunately, these volatiles don't really do any good unless they're released.

What repels mosquitoes better than citronella? ›

DEET, lemon eucalyptus oil best bets for repelling bloodsuckers.

Do mosquitoes hate citronella? ›

Citronella is an oilderived from the leaves and stems from a cousin of lemongrass (specifically, Cymbopogon). While most humans don't mind the light citrus scent, mosquitoes reportedly hate it, so citronella is used in a variety of products like candles and wristbands and sprays.

Is citronella toxic to dogs? ›

Citronella candles and oils are a popular mosquito repellent, but the citronella plant is toxic to pets. Use caution when using citronella products around your pet, and make sure they don't have access to any citronella plants in your garden.

Which is better lemongrass or citronella? ›

A completely different plant, the Cymbopogon (lemongrass) genus, produces the perfumed oil. Citronella plants (or Pelargonium citrosum) are commonly thought to be the best at repelling mosquitos. However, Lemongrass (or Cymbopogon) is superior.

Is citronella good for hair? ›

5. It Promotes Hair Growth. Did you know that Citronella essential oil could treat dandruff, annihilate head lice, and alleviate itchiness as well? It nourishes the scalp and hair thereby stimulating the growth of your tresses.

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