What is Eucalyptus maidenii
Eucalyptus maidenii or commonly called as Maiden's Gum (Scientific name: Eucalyptus globulus ssp. Maidenii) is native to Australia and is an evergreen tall tree of Eucalyptus sp. It grows naturally in the coastal part of south of New South Wales. Also called Maiden's Gum (Maiden's Gum). The stem is 4 tombs and there is no rough surface. The leaves are green and the leaves are whitish. Among the variants of Eucalyptus globulus (globulus), there is a leaf width, it is rounded. 1 Flowers are attached to 1 inflorescence. The genus name "globulus" in Latin is based on the fact that the fruit shape resembles Ball. The subspec name "Maidenii" is a contribution to the discoverer Maiden
General name:Eucaly maidenii, Scientific name: Eucalyptus globulus ssp. Maidenii, aka: Maiden's Gum, Lemon-flowered Gum, Category name: Plant kingdom Angiosperma Eternal dicotyledonous Euteroptera Famous Family Eucalyptus , Origin: Australia, habitat distribution: coastal part of southern part of New South Wales, height: 40- 50 m, leaf shape: lance shape, flower color: yellow · white · light yellow, flowering period: March to April, fruit width : 0.6 to 1 cm, fruit length: 0.5 to 1 cm.