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Eucalyptus camaldulensis
San Diego Co., Valley Center, CA
Nov 2005

Eucalyptus camaldulensis
Cultivated: USDA Plant Introduction Station, CA, May 1973

Trees and Shrubs of Kern County (Jan 2013)

*Eucalyptus camuldensis Dehnhardt  Red gum. Tree; bark persistent near base; leaves evergreen, alternate, sword-shaped, aromatic; flowers red; fruit a pyxidium. Generally planted along roads as a windbreaker.  Recognized to be well-established at the Old Headquarters on Tejon Ranch Conservancy, “Semi-Natural Woodland Stands” or “Eucalyptus groves” (MCV2; Magney Report 2010).