Rainbow Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus deglupta, also known as the rainbow eucalyptus or Mindanao gum, is a large tree native to Southeast Asia that is known for its striking multicolored bark that peels away to reveal bright green, orange, purple, and maroon stripes. The tree can grow up to 250 feet tall and is widely cultivated in tropical regions for its wood, pulp, and essential oils. The rainbow eucalyptus prefers moist soil and warm temperatures and is commonly planted for ornamental purposes in parks and gardens. Its fast growth rate and colorful appearance make it a popular choice for landscapers and tree enthusiasts.

Rainbow Eucalyptus

(Eucalyptus Deglupta)


Hard Wood

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