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Eucalyptus blakelyi, known as the Blakely's red gum is a common eucalyptus tree of the tablelands of New South Wales and adjacent areas in Queensland and Victoria. Growing to 10–24 metres (33–79 ft) tall, the trunk is smooth, with shedding scales of bark, revealing varying colours of pink, white and grey.
Eucalyptus botryoides Eucalyptus botryoides, commonly known as the Bangalay, bastard jarrah, woollybutt or Southern Mahogany, is a small to tall tree native to southeastern Australia. Reaching up to 40 metres (130 feet) high, it has rough bark on its trunk and branches.
Eucalyptus camaldulensis, the river red gum, is a tree of the genus Eucalyptus. It is one of around 800 species within the genus. It is a plantation species in many parts of the world, but is native to Australia, where it has the most widespread natural distribution of Eucalyptus in Australia, especially beside inland water courses.
E. cinerea, field distribution Eucalyptus cinerea, commonly known as the Argyle apple, mealy stringbark, silver-leaf stringybark or silver dollar tree, is a small to medium-sized tree with rough bark, persistent on the trunk and larger branches, thick, fibrous, longitudinally furrowed, reddish-brown to grey-brown.
Eucalyptus cladocalyx habit Eucalyptus cladocalyx, commonly known as sugar gum, is a species of eucalypt tree found in the Australian state of South Australia. It is found naturally in three distinct populations - in the Flinders Ranges, Eyre Peninsula and on Kangaroo Island.
Eucalyptus coolabah, commonly known as coolibah, is a eucalypt of riparian zones and is found throughout Australia from arid inland to coastal regions. The plant is commonly called coolibah or coolabah, the name being a loanword from the Indigenous Australian Yuwaaliyaay word, gulabaa.
Eucalyptus crebra, commonly known as the narrow-leaved ironbark or narrowleaf red ironbark, is a type of Ironbark tree native to eastern Australia. A member of the large genus Eucalyptus, this tree is in the Myrtaceae family and can grow to a large spreading tree up to 35 m (115 ft) high.
Eucalyptus goniocalyx, is a small to medium-sized tree native to south-eastern Australia. Common names include long-leaved box, olive-barked box and bundy. The species has rough and persistent bark to the small branches. It is fibrous, greyish, becoming deeply fissured, thick and shaggy in larger trees.
Eucalyptus grandis, field distribution Eucalyptus grandis, commonly known as the flooded gum or rose gum, is a tall tree with smooth bark, rough at the base fibrous or flaky, grey to grey-brown. At maturity, it reaches 50 metres (160 feet) tall, though the largest specimens can exceed 80 metres (260 feet) tall.
Eucalyptus gunnii, the cider gum or gunnii, is a species of flowering plant in the family Myrtaceae, endemic to Tasmania, occurring on the plains and slopes of the central plateaux to around 1100 metres, with isolated occurrences south of Hobart. Description. It is a small to medium-sized evergreen tree.
Eucalyptus haemastoma Eucalyptus haemastoma, the scribbly gum, is an Australian eucalypt that is named after the "scribbles" on its bark. These zigzag tracks are tunnels made by the larvae of the scribbly gum moth (Ogmograptis scribula) and follow the insect's life cycle.
Eucalyptus leucoxylon ‘Grafted cultivars’ These cultivars have been selected from street and reserve plantings where individual trees showing exemplary form or character have been identified. Budwood from these plants is then grafted onto E. leucoxylon seedling rootstocks to allow the clonal expression of these desirable attributes.
This sub-species of E. mannifera is smaller-growing than the species, and is noted for its excellent bark characters, tolerance of many site types and restricted canopy size. E. mannifera ssp. maculosa comes from central NSW to southern Victoria, but is native to areas east of Melbourne.
The tree is widely distributed on the eastern plains and tablelands from western Victoria, New South Wales to south-central Queensland. E. melliodora is considered to be the best native tree for honey production, the honey produced has a delightful golden colour and an excellent taste.
Eucalyptus nicholii 'Angus' Eucalyptus Tree is drought tolerant, fragrant, and has beautiful fibrous brown bark with orange highlights. Burgundy and red fall colors. 'Angus' Named for the British horticulturist who championed Eucalyptus trees in the South in 2001.
A beautiful, showy tree native to Australia, the Snow Gum eucalyptus is a tough, easy to grow tree that produces lovely white flowers and grows in a wide variety of conditions. Keep reading to learn about Snow Gum eucalyptus care and how to grow a Snow Gum eucalyptus tree in the garden.
Eucalyptus pilularis, commonly known as blackbutt, is a common and dominant tree of the family Myrtaceae native to southeastern Australia. A large tree, it is identified by the stocking of rough bark, to about halfway up the trunk, above this is white smooth bark.
Eucalyptus polybractea. Eucalyptus polybractea commonly known as ‘Blue Mallee’ is a small mallee type tree. It only grows in natural stands in the districts north and north-west of Bendigo in Victoria and in the West Wyalong area in New South Wales.
Eucalyptus trees can be renovated, or shrubs trained to become trees. Select a strong, vertical stem to use as the central-leader and then cut all the other stems back to ground level, or to the stump/trunk if there is one. Then train the tree as described above. This process is a better way of dealing with lopsided or damaged trees, rather than just removing one or two main branches.
Eucalyptus regnans, known variously as mountain ash, swamp gum, or stringy gum, is a species of Eucalyptus native to Tasmania and the state of Victoria in southeastern Australia. It is the tallest flowering plant and one of the tallest trees in the world, second to the coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens).
Eucalyptus robusta, commonly known as swamp mahogany or swamp messmate, is a tree native to eastern Australia. Growing in swampy or waterlogged soils, it is up to 30 m (98 ft) high with thick spongy reddish brown bark and dark green broad leaves, which help form a dense canopy.
Eucalyptus saligna with rough lower trunk bark Eucalyptus saligna, known as the Sydney blue gum, is a large Australian hardwood (flowering) tree common along the New South Wales seaboard and into Queensland, which can reach a maximum of 65 metres (213 feet) in height.
Eucalyptus Smithii Essential Oil. Eucalyptus smithii (Eucalyptus Smithii) is a tall tree with gray-green leaves. The essential oil is distilled from the leaves and twigs and has a camphoraceous aroma. In aromatherapy practice, it is used for colds, asthma, headaches and muscle pain.
Eucalyptus tereticornis Eucalyptus tereticornis is a species of tree native to eastern Australia. E. tereticornis has several common names, including forest red gum, blue gum, flooded gum, grey gum, mountain gum, Queensland blue gum, red gum, bastard box, red ironbark, red irongum and slaty gum.
An excellent online database of a huge range of trees giving very good information on each plant - its uses, ecology, identity, propagation, pests etc.]. The occurrence of hybrids between Eucalyptus alba and Eucalyptus urophylla, as well as between the latter and Eucalyptus saligna or Eucalyptus tereticornis heightens the confusion 303. Title World Agroforesty Centre Publication Author Website ...
Eucalyptus viminalis, the manna gum, ribbon gum, white gum, or viminalis, is an Australian eucalypt. It is a straight erect tree, often around 130 feet (40 metres) tall, with rough bark on the trunk and base of larger branches, its upper bark peels away in long "ribbons" which can collect on the branches and surrounding ground.