Brighton Tasmanian Blue Gum

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Bodhi Leaf Brighton Tasmanian Blue Gum

A large Tasmanian Blue Gum- one of the largest species of flowering plant in the world- is growing at an estate on the edges of Almora in the Kumaon Himalaya.

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  • Common name: Tasmanian Blue Gum: One of the largest and tallest trees in the world in it’s native Tasmania, Blue Gum is grown extensively worldwide as a forestry tree
  • Botanical species: Eucalyptus globulus
  • Botanical family : Myrtaceae [Jamun or Eucalyptus]


  • Latitude: 29.587714 ° north of the Equator
  • Longitude: 79.64037 ° east of the Prime Meridian
  • Altitude: 1623.6 metres above sea level

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For the landmarked tree named Brighton Tasmanian Blue Gum , the database reference code is: i005.

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