Leaves of E. polyanthemos in my garden in December. Note that although the leaves are round, they are not held tightly to the stem like the juvenile leaves of many other eucs. It's OK for me to stake this, since the trunk will freeze in a cold winter and be lost anyhow.
Branch of E. polyanthemos.
New growth of E. polyanthemos.
Flower buds of cut branches of E. polyanthemos at a Florist's shop in Seattle. E. polyanthemos has branched inflorescences. These branches were probably shipped up from California.
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