Ornamental Flowering Trees in Australia
Each tree is identified by its scientific and common names and the information given includes details on identifying, growing, propagating and still managing each species. There is also a wealth of information on the climatic conditions suitable to each tree.
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Glossary of technical terms with drawings 91
2-3 cm long alternate anthers apex acute apices Australia autumn axillary axils bark base cuneate base obtuse bipinnate branches branchlets bright green broadly brown buds calyx campanulate capsule catkins Climatic range cm long cm wide coastal colour coriaceous corolla corymb crown cuneate dark green deciduous tree deep dense dioecious distinguishing features drupe early erect Eucalyptus evergreen evergreen tree filaments flowering season foliage Fruit genus glabrous globose grown growth Habit Inflorescence lanceolate late leaf leaflets leaves legume lenticels lobes main trunk main veins margin entire midrib midrib and main obovate operculum ovate ovoid pairs pale paler beneath panicle pedicels peduncles pendulous petals petiole pistillate plant prefix meaning prominent beneath Propagation pruning pubescent raceme rachis reddish ripening seeds sepals serrate shiny shoots single trunk slender slightly soils sown Species and cultivars spring stamens summer tall umbels understocks Upper twigs venation reticulate warm winter yellow young