Murray red gum


Definition of Murray red gum

  1. :  a gum tree (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) that is native to Australia but is grown elsewhere in warm regions for ornament and shade and that has smooth gray bark, red wood, and umbellate flowers

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Origin and Etymology of murray red gum

from Murray river

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