You know the foliage on this Eucalyptus: This evergreen tree shows off the familiar blue-gray disks positioned along tall and thin branches which florists love to include in arrangements. This attractive foliage looks just about the same whether fresh or dried, so arrangers find many uses for it. Blooming in spring and then again in fall, its small creamy flowers serve as an enhancement to its attractive foliage, which is petite and blue enough to give it its name Baby Blue. While this tree should be avoided by dogs and cats, bees flock to the foliage when they are looking for cover. With great deer resistance, it comes with few worries and the promise of lots of great foliage in an unusual color and form.