Uses for bluegum
eucalyptus include pallets, fenceposts, general construction, veneer, veneer panels, flooring, railroad ties, toot handles, ship and vehicle construction, fuel, pulp and paper products.
I forgot all about my plan not to go farther than the bluegum
Thus, argues Godden, Benjy's "story" of the bluegum
comes from a "dense cultural web.
But Lindsay also wrote this lovely story about an ebullient koala named Bunyip Bluegum
who sets out to see the world and comes across landlocked sailor Bill Barnacle, penguin Sam Sawnoff and Albert, a pudding with legs and a cantankerous attitude, who can turn himself into any kind of pudding (sweet or savory) and who always replenishes himself.
The remeasured common baldcypress of Cat Island, Louisiana, now at 762 points, nudged 3 points ahead of the bluegum
eucalyptus of Petrolia, California, to take the No.
The 759-point bluegum
eucalyptus, near Petrolia, is the nation's biggest naturalized tree and its biggest hardwood champ.
In Australia, bluegum
eucalyptus is known to grow more than 300 feet tall.
eucalyptus had another tree owner saying, "Make my day
For pure gee-whizedness, the biggest new champ is a massive 759-point bluegum
eucalyptus from Petrolia, California (see Clippings, Summer 2001), which resoundingly dethroned the 629-point previous champ, owned by Clint Eastwood.
Eastwood owns the reigning national champion bluegum
eucalyptus, Eucalyptus globulus, on his Mission Ranch in Carmel, California.
Even celebrities can own celebrity trees: weatherman Willard Scott is the former owner of the national champion gumbo-limbo in Florida, and Clint Eastwood is the proud owner of the bluegum
eucalyptus champ (see Register page 14).
Four other new champions topped the 500-point mark: in California, a bluegum
eucalyptus owned by Clint Eastwood (629 points--see Register, page 14), canyon live oak (548 points), and California red fir (547 points), and in Washington, a Western hemlock (545 points).