Recent Examples of eucalyptus from the Web
The gall wasp causes a tumour-like disease on eucalyptus trees — and the parasitic wasp is one of their predators.
For an affordable, yet on-trend look, use an abundance of wild and cascading greens, such as eucalyptus.
NewBeauty reports that pins that recommend hanging eucalyptus in the shower have been up a whopping 317 percent year over year on Pinterest.
Want to get really fancy and mix mint with spices and eucalyptus?
Today the shepherds of Chillca manage four lodges made of eucalyptus wood with a capacity for 16 tourists each.
Rooms are more plush than extravagant, and feature eucalyptus wall panels, oak floors, turquoise velvet sofas, Illy coffee makers, and exceptionally handsome marble tile-work, emphasizing a penthouse-like feel.
The pap may allow the koala's gut microbes to digest otherwise toxic tannins in eucalyptus, the species' main food source.
This set comes with a detoxifying bath soak made with pink Himalayan and dead sea salts, rose petals, eucalyptus and lavender essential oils, plus an herbal black tea, an all-natural soy candle and a lavender body and room spray.
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Origin and Etymology of eucalyptus
EUCALYPTUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eucalyptus for English Language Learners
: a type of tree that grows naturally in western Australia and that is grown in other places for the products (such as wood and oil) that it provides
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