10 Graines Eucalyptus nitens, gommier brillant
Eucalyptus Nitens, brilliant gommier |
Eucalyptus Nitens is an eucalyptus of the family of Myrtaceae from southeast ofAustralia since the east of New -S southern until Victoria. It grows humid forests on fertile land and in fresh areas.
10 seeds - Medium germination: 70% - Photo: Sowing in a culture of culture
Eucalyptus Nitens is a large tree with 60 m in Victoria, occasionally 90 m high. The bark is persistent at the bottom of the trunk, gray to gray-brown, fiberous-leaf, smooth above, white, gray or yellow, standing out in long ribbons. Young leaves are opposite, elliptical oval, cordiforms, glaucous and adult leaves are lanceolate, 15 to 25 cm long by 1.5 to 2.5 cm wide, brilliant green, concolor. The inflorescence is made up of 7 flowers, the peduncle is flattened or angular, 6 to 15 mm long. The buds are sessile, ovoid or cylindrical, 5 to 7 mm long, 3 to 4 mm in diameter, the circular scar of the external deviation is present, the cap is conical, at acute or obtuse angle, shorter and shorter and as wide ashyperhium. The fruit is cylindrical or ovoid, 4 to 7 mm long, 4 to 6 mm in diameter; The disc is depressed and the valves closed or surmounted by a ring.
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