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Eucalypts Do Not 'Poison the Soil'

Photos by Alan Hawes

Tree canopy in the Australian Garden – Eucalyptus woodwardii
and Acacia stenophylla above Cassia artemisioides.

Two flowering Eucalyptus torquata frame the entrance to the Australian Garden.
In the foreground, Araucaria heterophylla and Eucalyptus ‘Silver Princess’ over
citrinus ‘Splendens’.

View through a screen of Eucalyptus tetraptera and E. ‘Moon Lagoon’, underplanted with
edulis, to a group of Cassia artemisioides below Eucalyptus nutans.

Dense planting of smaller eucalypts – Eucalyptus crucis and Corymbia eximia
(syn. Eucalyptus eximia) ‘Nana’ – with Acacia iteaphylla and Westringia fruticosa.

A screen of Eucalyptus campaspe shelters
ricasoliana and Plumbago auriculata.

Eucalyptus erythrocorys flowering amongst a group of
medium-sized eucalypts in a grassed area.
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