Blue Gum

Eucalyptus globulus, also known as blue gum, is a tall evergreen tree native to Australia. Its essential oil has a fresh, camphoraceous scent and is used in many products, including cough drops and cleaning products. It is a fast-growing tree that can reach up to 60 meters tall, and its wood is used for paper production, construction, and fuel. Its leaves are also used for medicinal purposes, particularly in the treatment of respiratory ailments. The tree is commonly planted in many parts of the world for its ornamental value and as a source of wood and essential oil.

Blue Gum

(Eucalyptus globulus)


Hard Wood

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