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Eucalypt Flower-Power

Photos by Alan Hawes

Eucalyptus torquata has large coral-pink flowers in profusion throughout the winter.

Eucalyptus woodwardii bears lemon-yellow flowers over several winter months,
providing a valuable nectar source for bees.

Eucalyptus leucoxylon ssp. megalocarpa has relatively large bright red flowers,
born in profusion over many months.

Eucalyptus leucoxylon ssp. petiolaris (syn. ‘Rosea’) produces flowers in
various shades of pink, or sometimes white.

Eucalyptus erythrocorys  has bright yellow flowers that emerge from scarlet bud caps.

Eucalyptus caesia ssp. magna ‘Silver Princess’ is a popular cultivar with large
soft-pink flowers and silver weeping branches.
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