Eucalytpus regnans is the botanical name of the commonly called Mountain Ash, a tall evergreen tree which grows up to 90m in height and 18m in width. Its trunk is straight and with a small crown, with bark almost white. Its flowers are small, white and clustered, which is rarely seen.
In growth it requires full or partial sun. Mountain ash is a hardy plant that is tolerant of frost and is able to grow in sandy to clay soils.