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Agonis flexuosa - Australian Willow Myrtle


Agonis flexuosa - Australian Willow Myrtle (Agonis flexuosa - Australian Willow Myrtle)

This evergreen tree is commonly grown as a street tree...however, it has, as you can see a gigantic trunk. It's a fast growing tree and extremely drought tolerant. Photo taken in Balboa Park on Oct. 19, 2009.



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It is a magnificent tree - we often call it the Peppermint Willow because of the smell you get when you crush the leaves.

4 Nov, 2009

 

Great shot of a lovely tree!

4 Nov, 2009

 

Bernieh:

Peppermint Willow tree is its other common name here too.

Theoldgunner:

Thanks!

5 Nov, 2009



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