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Gum Tree Road Wall Art Prints

Gum Tree Road Wall Art Prints Eucalyptus regnans, known variously as mountain ash, swamp gum, or stringy gum, is a species of Eucalyptus native to Tasmania and Victoria in southeastern Australia and the tallest flowering plant and one of the tallest trees in the world, second to the coast redwood. A straight-trucked tree with smooth grey bark and a stocking of rough brown bark to 5–20 meters above the ground, it regularly grows to 85 meters, with the tallest living specimen, the Centurion, standing 99.6 meters tall in Tasmania. The white flowers appear in autumn. Victorian botanist Ferdinand von Mueller described the species in 1871. Eucalyptus regnans grows in pure stands in tall wet forest, sometimes with rainforest understory, in temperate areas receiving over 1,200 millimeters rainfall a year on deep loam soils. A mature eucalyptus may take the form of a low shrub or a very large tree. The species can be divided into three main habits and four size categories. As a generalization "forest trees" are single stemmed and have a crown forming a minor proportion of the whole tree height. "Woodland trees" are single-stemmed, although they may branch at a short distance above ground level. Nearly all eucalyptus are evergreen, but some tropical species lose their leaves at the end of the dry season. As in other members of the myrtle family, eucalyptus leaves are covered with oil glands. The two most common hazards of eucalyptus species to people are fire and falling branches.

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