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Bright pink flame retardant, dropped from aircraft, now paint the narrow streets, oaks and eucalyptus.
The forests of Madhya Pradesh are mostly teak, but in scrubbier areas closer to villages the hardwood gives way to eucalyptus and Coromandel ebony, its leaves used to wrap the local cigarettes, known as beedi.
They were also informed about the preservation of the eucalyptus trees lining Main Street.
And steer away from winter flowers and choose long-lasting eucalyptus instead.
Metallics have proven to be surprisingly popular adornments; some vendors have gold and silver spray painted eucalyptus and other greens.
Lara distributed a handout that listed various ailments and their oil treatments: eucalyptus for bronchitis, lavender for third-degree burns, cypress for mononucleosis, rosemary for respiratory syncytial virus.
This detoxifying treatment boasts clary sage, eucalyptus, and sweet almond oils to fortify and rejuvenate your hair from root to tip.
Using photos taken of eucalyptus trees in Laguna, Zander created the composition in a sketchbook, then put ink to paper.
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