Eucalyptus cephalocarpa Blakely

Mealy Stringybark

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The species grows to 15 metres in height and has thick, soft fibrous grey-brown, fissured bark, typical of the "peppermints", which is persistent over the whole tree, or nearly so. The juvenile leaves are opposite, dull grey-green and sessile. The cream or white flowers are followed by conical or globose woody fruits which usually appear in groups of 3 or 7 and are almost sessile.... source: Wikipedia

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