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Drummond’s Gum (Eucalyptus drummondii)

This eucalypt is native to the southwest of Western Australia and usually doesn’t grow past 5 metres in height.


The Drummond’s Gum is named after Australian botanist James Drummond who was alleged to have collected the first specimen in the 1830’s.


Leaves are found to be a dull green and the smooth bark is grey in colour, sometimes with a pink tinge. White flowers are observed later in the year and are arranged in groups of seven.