A shrub or small tree, usually up to 7 m tall, widespread throughout Australia, where it often grows on sandy soils. It has a trunk covered by rough, fibrous, peeling bark, lanceolate, bluish-gray leaves and clusters of cream colored flowers. Eucalyptus gamophylla tolerates some frost and drought and is a great, fast-growing, easy-care ornamental that will adapt well to many warm-temperate and tropical climates.
Is a species of mallee that is native to Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory. It usually has smooth bark, mostly only juvenile leaves arranged in opposite pairs, flower buds in groups of three, whitish flowers and cylindrical to barrel-shaped fruit that is four-sided in cross-section.