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  • Deanna Nappi

    The most colorful tree in the world: The Rainbow Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus deglupta). The Rainbow Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus deglupta) or 'MINDANAO GUM' looks almost like it's been spray painted, but the up to 70-m tall tree is colored this way completely naturally. Its bark can take on a yellow, green, orange and even purple shading. If you want to spot a Rainbow Eucalyptus tree live and in all its glory, you’ll have to travel to Indonesia, Papua New Guinea or the Philippines.

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  • Debbie Bradberry

    Image detail for -Nature Painted Tree - Rainbow Eucalyptus : Natures Colors

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