Source: Raab-Straube, E. von 2022+: Myrtaceae. - In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean Plant Diversity,
Eucalyptus L'Hér., Sert. Angl.: 18. 17891
    • 1. Many species of Eucalyptus are cultivated for forestry purposes and/or as park or street trees in mild and mediterranean climates of Europe. In the British Isles, 7-8 taxa are recorded as "Neophyte-Survivors" and sometimes self-sown. In France, more than 60 taxa are listed as "occasionnel", but never naturalizing, and 15 as widely cultivated species. In Spain, 6 species are recorded as "naturalizadas", but this indication may also refer to long-persisting introductions that do not reproduce independently.



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    Euro+Med: Albania naturalised; Algeria naturalised; Azores cultivated (Faial naturalised, Flores naturalised, Graciosa naturalised, Pico naturalised, Santa Maria naturalised, São Jorge naturalised, São Miguel naturalised, Terceira naturalised); Baleares introduced (Mallorca cultivated); Canary islands introduced (Gomera naturalised, Gran Canaria naturalised, Hierro naturalised, Lanzarote naturalised, Tenerife naturalised); Corsica introduced; Crete, with Karpathos naturalised; Cyprus introduced; East Aegean islands (Greek East Aegean islands casual); France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France casual); Georgia naturalised; Great Britain casual; Greece casual; Ireland, with N Ireland casual (Ireland casual); Israel/Palestine introduced; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City naturalised; Jordan introduced; Libya cultivated; Madeira archipelago (Madeira island introduced); Morocco naturalised; Portugal naturalised; Sardinia naturalised; Sicily, with Malta cultivated (Sicily naturalised); Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra introduced (Gibraltar cultivated, Spain casual); Tunisia naturalised; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part introduced)