Eucalyptus pulverulenta, commonly known as silver-leaved mountain gum, is a species of straggly tree or mallee that is endemic to southern New South Wales. It grows in grassy woodland on hillsides and mountains.
Eucalyptus pulverulenta is known as the Silver-leaved Mountain Gum and develops into a tall shrub or small tree. In cultivation the species is usually seen as a tall, spreading shrub. The Silver-leaved Mountain Gum is an unusual Eucalypt because it retains juvenile foliage into maturity. Plants rarely produce adult leaves. Leaves, young stems and inflorescences have a powdery white bloom. This is the meaning of the species name. The juvenile leaves are silvery-grey, round and opposite. Cream flowers are carried in clusters of three in the upper leaf axils. Flowering occurs between May and November. Large fruits are cup-shaped and often retain the powdery bloom.