I came across this weeping Eucalyptus in a garden in Ireland. Any ideas what it is. due to the temperate climate its possible that the gowing habit is stunted producing short internodes. I came across the below text on angelfire and it makes sense but would like peoples opinion please.
'Eucalyptus lacrimans (southeast Australia) This rather mysterious snow gum is a close relative of E. pauciflora and its subspecies. And yet, no one ever hears anything about it. According to one article*, it may be the same tree that Eucalyptus Nurseries has been selling as E. pauciflora 'pendula'. If this is so, then we can say that this is a narrow, upright tree with weeping branches and beautiful peeling bark, and that it has been observed in the coldest places in Australia and rivals the other snow gums in hardiness. -6 to +2°F?'