Yellow mottelcah

Eucalyptus macrocarpa Myrtaceae Taken in front of the San Diego Cubic offices

the green gallery | luisa brimble - April and May

the green gallery

the green gallery | luisa brimble - April and May

Matchstick Banksia (Banksia Cuneata) from a restricted area in south Western Australia (central Wheatbelt).

Matchstick Banksia (Banksia Cuneata) from a restricted area in south Western Australia (central Wheatbelt).

Eucalyptus rhodantha, commonly known as the rose mallee, is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia producing rose red flowers in the summer months. Unlike most other Eucalyptus sprcies, the rose mallee retains its juvenile foliage throughout the life of the tree

Eucalyptus rhodantha, commonly known as the rose mallee, is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia producing rose red flowers in the summer months. Unlike most other Eucalyptus sprcies, the rose mallee retains its juvenile foliage throughout the life of the tree

EUCALYPTUS burracoppinensis. A small tree from the central wheat belt of Western Australia; rough barked trunk is complimented with a lovely smooth grey bark on the branches. Flowers appear in late winter through to December. The green yellow bud caps open to a creamy yellow flower up to 5cm across. Not often cultivated which is a pity as it is a great honey making tree attracting the birds and bees when in flower. A good windbreak tree.

EUCALYPTUS burracoppinensis. A small tree from the central wheat belt of Western Australia; rough barked trunk is complimented with a lovely smooth grey bark on the branches. Flowers appear in late winter through to December. The green yellow bud caps open to a creamy yellow flower up to 5cm across. Not often cultivated which is a pity as it is a great honey making tree attracting the birds and bees when in flower. A good windbreak tree.

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri. However it is restricted mainly to Shark Bay's unique tree heath region, particularly around the southern part of Nanga

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri. However it is restricted mainly to Shark Bay's unique tree heath region, particularly around the southern part of Nanga

Yellowbox (Eucalyptus melliodora) Medium sized to occasionally tall eucalypt, it is a common species in the grassy woodlands of the tablelands & the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range, from northern Victoria through NSW to southeastern Queensland.

Yellowbox (Eucalyptus melliodora) Medium sized to occasionally tall eucalypt, it is a common species in the grassy woodlands of the tablelands & the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range, from northern Victoria through NSW to southeastern Queensland.

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