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Can't we try for once to see things from the eucalyptus tree's perspective? Picture the red bloodwood gum tree, minding its own businessalong with about 700 other species of eucalyptus in Australiawhen 18th century European explorers showed up, fell
May 21, 2012 A very different experience than walking on the forest floor. (Chani Blue/The Epoch Times) If you're in Australia's southern most state and driving south of Hobart along the Huon Trail, no doubt you are in search of Tasmania's world-
About 18 years ago, we planted several eucalyptus trees for a fast-growing light shield from a neighboring light. A few years ago, we noticed that some (not all) of the eucalyptus seemed to have leaves that were chewed on their edges...We also have
A 56-year-old man is asking the city to pay for injuries he suffered after a branch broke off a tree and hit him in the back and neck. Terry Ingham filed a claim on April 17 saying the city is responsible for not properly taking care of the tree even
Eucalyptus Removal Causes Bit of Kerfuffle Citing Safety Concerns, Isla Vista Recreation and Park District Yanks Six Trees Saturday, April 7, 2012 Eucalyptus trees are a common feature in the California landscape...The yearly Monarch influx in
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: At the corner of the garden, my Dad planted a mimosa. It isn't the same plant that's called mimosa in the United States. This one comes from Australia where it is called a Queensland silver wattle or pearl acacia.
Mountain View Cemetery, established in 1863, will always be home to many of the East Bay's leading pioneers. But to the dismay of several wildlife lovers, the cemetery's eucalyptus trees are being hauled off to a different type of final resting place.
Crews began cutting down eucalyptus trees at the Orange County Sanitation District over the weekend after arborists discovered that some are infected with sulphur fungus...District officials said some trees also have tortoise beetles, which are
Eucalyptus trees grow quickly, act as windbreaks and produce oils that can clean, deodorize, and repel insects. But to Michael Winterhalter, secretary of the Monarch Bay homeowners association, they're a nuisance. The oil seeps into the soil around
The City Council will resolve a difference of opinion Tuesday night over the fate of 18 blue gum eucalyptus trees on Holiday Road in the West Bay neighborhood. City staff has called for the trees to be cut down due to safety concerns, but the