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Eucalyptus Globulus







A greenhouse everlasting tree, commonly known asBlue Gum. It delights in a mixture of peat, loam, and sand. Cuttings, which should not be too ripe, root in sand under glass. It may be grown from seed sown, in a temperature of 65 degrees, from February to April. It flowers in June.





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