|Latin Name :||Eucalyptus citriodora, since 1995, the Latin name has become: Corymbia citriodora|
|English Name :||Eucalyptus Lemon-scented Gum|
|French Name :||Eucalyptus citronné|
|Origin :||Madagascar, Brazil|
History and Origin
Eucalyptus (derived from the Greek words eu: well and caluptos: to cover) are native to Australia and Tasmania. They dominate the Australian forests at 95 % with more than six hundred species. Eucalyptus have a wide range of coping mechanisms and they grow fast. These qualities allow to be present in many different environments.