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Eucalyptus acmenoides - White Mahogany - 150 Seeds

Eucalyptus acmenoides - White Mahogany - 150 Seeds


Myrtaceae - no shipment to Western Australia or Tasmania


Eucalyptus acmenoides, commonly known as known as White Mahogany is a medium-sized to tall forest tree occurring from north of Sydney through coastal New South Wales to north of Mareeba in northern Queensland. 
It has fibrous bark held in flattish strips, slightly discolorous adult leaves with dense reticulation.  Juvenile leaves are large, ovate and opposite for many pairs and are conspicuous in the field.  It is related to three other White Mahoganies, E. apothalassica, E. umbra and E. carnea which have concolorous leaves.  It is a primitive monocalypt, recognised principally by the characters above, which may indicate some affinity with the Blackbutts and the Peppermints. 
Flowers are white and are are clustered towards the ends of the branchlets. 
The timber is used for poles, sleepers, bridge and wharf construction, stumps, plates, flooring, joists and weatherboards.  It is a valuable honey tree and a Koala browse and prefers well-drained soils and is frost tender.
150 premium quality seeds shipped on receipt of cleared funds.
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