Eucalyptus rubida 'The Deer Stick '

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Love the variety of colours in the bark. Awesome

Love the heavy duty stand too. Looks like its been there for a long time.

Well done Sno on both accounts
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Hi Sno
Your tree has progressed wonderfully
Love the trunk line
Very jealous


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Re: Eucalyptus rubida 'The Deer Stick '

Post by Sno »

Thank you everyone for the kind comments . I’m hoping I can take it to the next level . I am still learning how to maintain a Euc’s health while trying to refine them . I find growing them easy but that next step it’s a fine balance .
melbrackstone wrote: January 27th, 2022, 6:32 pm This really has turned into a beautiful tree. I had to check if E. rubida was an actual species, because I was sure you'd made it up. As in: Da deer rubida the trees....

ok, sorry. I'll leave now. :)
Very funny . I had to look up what it meant too after that and I should of known what it meant from when I worked in nurseries .
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