Swamp Mahogany

Eucalyptus robusta

The forground shows 3 or 4 of these trees planted in 2005. The inset at the left is of the bark of one of them. They have large robust leaves, even at this age, and have reached a height of around 6 metres, but are yet to flower.

Because it is a winter flowering species it is an important part of food stocks for a number of birds and small mammals, some of which are threatened or endangered.

Created on ... February 14, 2008
Modified on ... February 19, 2010
When did it come into flower?
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