This Eucalyptus sp. has had a hard life. Perhaps chewed several times in its life by sheep, it’s almost a dwarf specimen at only about 2m (6.5 ft) in height. It was made notable by the large flowers it produced.
Eucalyptus flowers are so lovely and often we don’t get a chance to appreciate them because their canopy is so high.
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