Eucalyptus pleurocarpa syn tetragona
A shrubby mallee 2-3 metres high previously known as Eucalyptus tetragona, well-known for its silver and square-shaped fruit. Native to WA’s coastal plains between the Stirling Ranges and Esperance, as well as the north of Perth in Eneabba, it grows well in sandy, drained soils. White flowers appear in late spring and summer accompanied by the smooth silvery branchlets that support them.
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