blue gum

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Synonyms for blue gum

tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil

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The dominant layer of Blue Gum and Smithton Peppermint has been opened by several fires.
The article discussed, at length, the various aspects of the management and environmental impact of the introduced blue gum tree in California, and also included an extensive list of references.
globulus (Blue gum)] were collected from local market and identified by Professor Dr.
The treescape changes subtly on the way to the famous Margaret River wine region, with thick walls of beautiful grey, green and dark blue gum trees forming a stunning backdrop to the leisurely drive along Caves Road.
The 4-month-old joey, or baby kangaroo, is named Blue Gum. He was rescued by a passerby and taken to Wild Haven, a wildlife center.
At one blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus) plantation in Victoria run by the American-owned Australian Bluegum Plantations, ABC reported, there are believed to be some 8,000 koalas within a 20-kilometer radius, but the proprietor claims it has seen no deaths or injuries.
She found a .45-caliber shell casing and a piece of what appeared to be chewed blue gum in the car and threw them out.
Late in the day, while glassing, we noticed a herd of tsessebe grazing near a small grove of very large blue gum trees.
When the smug Dawsons appear they all wear blue gum boots.
The area is very accessible with the Muir Highway traversing the tenement and the ground consists mostly of blue gum plantations.
Carbon Energy's vision is to locate power production facilities with compatible manufacturing facilities at our Blue Gum Energy Park, adjacent to our current Bloodwood Creek site in Queensland.
Experiments with hardwood species, such as blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus), shining gum (Eucalyptus nitens), stringybark (Eucalyptus muellerana), messmate (Eucalyptus obliqua), and Paulownia (Paulownia fortunei and Paulownia elongata), as well as softwood species, such as Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis), radiata pine (Pinus radiata), and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga taxifolia) heartwood, show that full cross section preservative penetration can be achieved.
The formula uses Australian Blue Gum leaves extract to help control static and frizz and adds softness so your hair stays just where you put it even on the dampest days.
The opening day's sale-topper was a Blue Gum Farm-consigned son of Encosta De Lago.