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  • A magnificent yellow box Eucalyptus melliodora at the Melton Arboretum in Victoria. Well worth a visit if you are ever in the Melbourne area. Wonderful collection. #EucBeaut #eucalypts #yellowbox #ozplants
  • A magnificent yellow box Eucalyptus melliodora at the Melton Arboretum in Victoria. Well worth a visit if you are ever in the Melbourne area. Wonderful collection. #EucBeaut #eucalypts #yellowbox #ozplants
  • 126 2 15 June, 2019

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  • Check out this fascinating Eucalyptus kruseana book-leaf mallee shot by @studio.nikulinsky! This species is endemic to a restricted area of granite outcrops south and east of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.  @studio.nikulinsky says: "Eucalyptus kruseana / Bookleaf mallee against a bright blue autumn sky. Native to the Kalgoorlie area, this species has a priority four conservation code (rare). Would look beautiful on a verge garden, I think. And bees love it, too! 🐝
🐝
🐝" #EucBeaut #eucalypts #eucalyptus
  • Check out this fascinating Eucalyptus kruseana book-leaf mallee shot by @studio.nikulinsky! This species is endemic to a restricted area of granite outcrops south and east of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. @studio.nikulinsky says: "Eucalyptus kruseana / Bookleaf mallee against a bright blue autumn sky. Native to the Kalgoorlie area, this species has a priority four conservation code (rare). Would look beautiful on a verge garden, I think. And bees love it, too! 🐝
    🐝
    🐝" #EucBeaut #eucalypts #eucalyptus
  • 176 8 2 June, 2019

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  • Have you ever seen fold-like lines on a eucalypt? 
These are "growth scars", which can occur on healthy, rapidly growing trees. Growth scars form when the sapwood (which houses the vessels that transport water and nutrients from the roots up to the leaves), grows faster than the bark (which houses the vessels that transport sugars from the leaves down to the roots), causing the bark to crack. The bark grows to fill the scars over time, causing the folded appearance.
#EucBeaut #eucalypts #bark
  • Have you ever seen fold-like lines on a eucalypt?
    These are "growth scars", which can occur on healthy, rapidly growing trees. Growth scars form when the sapwood (which houses the vessels that transport water and nutrients from the roots up to the leaves), grows faster than the bark (which houses the vessels that transport sugars from the leaves down to the roots), causing the bark to crack. The bark grows to fill the scars over time, causing the folded appearance.
    #EucBeaut #eucalypts #bark
  • 176 7 6 June, 2019
  • The delicate flowers, striking buds and sinuous coppery bark of the swamp mallet #Eucalyptus spathulata make it one of our favourites. This species is endemic to a restricted area of southwest Western Australia. #EucBeaut #eucalypts #ozplants
  • The delicate flowers, striking buds and sinuous coppery bark of the swamp mallet #Eucalyptus spathulata make it one of our favourites. This species is endemic to a restricted area of southwest Western Australia. #EucBeaut #eucalypts #ozplants
  • 102 4 9 hours ago

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  • The delicate flowers, striking buds and sinuous coppery bark of the swamp mallet #Eucalyptus spathulata make it one of our favourites. This species is endemic to a restricted area of southwest Western Australia. #EucBeaut #eucalypts #ozplants
  • The delicate flowers, striking buds and sinuous coppery bark of the swamp mallet #Eucalyptus spathulata make it one of our favourites. This species is endemic to a restricted area of southwest Western Australia. #EucBeaut #eucalypts #ozplants
  • 102 4 9 hours ago

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  • Eucalyptus macrocarpa have two recognised subspecies; subsp macrocarpa is the most common form and is a small mallee of up to 4 metres in height while subsp. elachantha⁣
crocarpa  haves smaller leaves and lower stature.⁣
☝☝This photo is a Flower bud of the  elachantha tree. as you can see the flower receptacle are smaller and thinner.⁣
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image credit⁣
https://www.wildandendangered.com.au/
  • Eucalyptus macrocarpa have two recognised subspecies; subsp macrocarpa is the most common form and is a small mallee of up to 4 metres in height while subsp. elachantha⁣
    crocarpa haves smaller leaves and lower stature.⁣
    ☝☝This photo is a Flower bud of the elachantha tree. as you can see the flower receptacle are smaller and thinner.⁣

    image credit⁣
    https://www.wildandendangered.com.au/
  • 24 2 19 June, 2019
  • Eucalyptus macrocarpa flower bud.⁣
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The large flowers may be 😳 100 mm in diameter and are usually bright red⁣
 but pink-red forms are also seen. the Cap is so cute and funny, just like a drip of cream on top, or I would say, they  like little red face elfs with a funny  hats!😜⁣
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image credit⁣
https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/437693657533955167/
  • Eucalyptus macrocarpa flower bud.⁣

    The large flowers may be 😳 100 mm in diameter and are usually bright red⁣
    but pink-red forms are also seen. the Cap is so cute and funny, just like a drip of cream on top, or I would say, they like little red face elfs with a funny hats!😜⁣

    image credit⁣
    https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/437693657533955167/
  • 32 3 19 June, 2019

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  • Eucalyptus and a single peony makes a gorgeous combination for the flower girls
  • Eucalyptus and a single peony makes a gorgeous combination for the flower girls
  • 33 2 17 June, 2019
  • It is an honor to help families express their feelings with flowers when words fail
  • It is an honor to help families express their feelings with flowers when words fail
  • 35 5 17 June, 2019
  • These trees are so individual compared to hybridised Eucalyptus trees. Each branch uniquely formed. #eucalyptus #eucalypts #trees
  • These trees are so individual compared to hybridised Eucalyptus trees. Each branch uniquely formed. #eucalyptus #eucalypts #trees
  • 6 1 17 June, 2019