They look painted... Snow Gum trees in Tasmania.

Snowgums At Navarre Plains, South Of Lake St Clair. Photograph - Snowgums At Navarre Plains, South Of Lake St Clair.

Eucalyptus pauciflora (snow gum) is a species of flowering plant in the family Myrtaceae. It is a small tree or large shrub growing 4–8 m (13–26 ft) tall, occasionally reaching 20 m (66 ft), and native to subalpine and lowland habitats in eastern Australia. It is the hardiest of all eucalyptus, surviving the severe winter temperatures of the Australian Alps. Other common names include cabbage gum, weeping gum and white sallee.

Eucalyptus pauciflora (snow gum) is a species of flowering plant in the family Myrtaceae.

Nothing epitomises the image of Australian garden design more strongly than the wonderful avenue of Lemon Scented Gums Corymbia citriodora at Cruden Farm, Langwarrin near Melbourne. The twist in the driveway and the random spacing of the trees gives a hint of the character of the Australian landscape.

The wonderful avenue of Lemon Scented Gums Corymbia citriodora at Cruden Farm, Langwarrin near Melbourne.

Nothing epitomises the image of Australian garden design more strongly than the wonderful avenue of Lemon Scented Gums Corymbia citriodora at Cruden Farm, Langwarrin near Melbourne. The twist in the driveway and the random spacing of the trees gives a hint of the character of the Australian landscape.

The wonderful avenue of Lemon Scented Gums Corymbia citriodora at Cruden Farm, Langwarrin near Melbourne.

Grasses and rocks

Something like this for side yard. A pleasing way to use boulders, cobbles, and gravel.

blue gum tree, tasmania, Australia

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