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Queensland Blue Gum

Eucalyptus tereticornis

Description:

Queensland Blue Gums ( Family) Myrtaceae.

Notes:

This tree loves moist soil. More than 30m in height may be reached. A widely spreading crown sits atop an often large, bulky trunk. Valuable timber is provided by this tree. Produces an abundant of flowers, which provides a valuable source of honey production. Depending on the time of year for bark-shedding, a variety of colours can be seen:- bluish-grey, russet, cream and many other intermediate shades. Reference:- Native Plants Queensland Volumn 1 (Keith A.W.Williams}

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1 Comment

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 3 years ago

Great spotting. I love these trees. I'm sure there are plenty of koalas out there enjoying them too.

Single D
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Single D

Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Jun 5, 2019
Submitted on Jun 5, 2019

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