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Flowering eucalypts


Hiya all, after seeing @busso’s thread on Marri’s I thought I’d start a thread showcasing some of our beautiful eucalypts here down under.
Ok so eucalypts grow in other countries too so let’s share our special species. Perhaps some of you botanists out there could identify them so we know what to look for when planting out our yards.

So to get the ball rolling…

Swamp gum, bees like it however it’s flowering time is quite short

Unsure, very pretty flowers and interesting leaves I’ve not seen bees on the sparse flowers yet.

Unsure but the bees love this.


I started with the bottom photo and worked to the top, Sorry.

Eucalyptus erythrocorys sometimes called Red Capped Gum or Illyarrie[quote=“skeggley, post:1, topic:10023”]

Unsure, very pretty flowers and interesting leaves
Eucalyptus macrocarpa (big flowers)known also as Mottecah

There are many Eucalyps called Swamp gum, this one is Eucalyptus rudis and is very closely related to E. camaldulensis (River Red Gum)


I knew I could count on you busso, thanks, more for you soon.

And happy forum birthday @Cowgirl! :tada: