Eucalyptus grandis

rosegum eucalyptus, flooded gum

  • Family Myrtaceae.
  • Native to Eastern Australia.
  • Special areas in Hawaii: Hamakua, Keahua and Waiakea.
  • Introduced to Hawaii in 1957. Currently planted as the major plantation species on the Hamakua coast.
  • Wood used for poles, construction, mine props and pulpwood.
  • Weed Risk Assessment Score: 11 (HIGH RISK) NOT RECOMMENDED for introduction to new areas in Hawaii or the Pacific.

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Eucalyptus grandis leaves and flowers Eucalyptus grandis capsules Eucalyptus grandis stand Eucalyptus grandis Eucalyptus grandis with guinea grass

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