Create free instant wall art with this vintage printable featuring a black and white diagram of a eucalyptus tree.
Whether I’m taking a slow stroll around the neighbourhood or camping in a national park, I like to take some time to look at the eucalyptus trees in the area.
Australia is home to 894 varieties of eucalyptus. While they all belong to the same family, each species has its own distinct characteristics. Some are short and bushy, while others can grow over 60 metres (200 feet) tall. Some have long, thin yellow-green leaves while others have circular, fat silvery-green leaves. As a result, I really enjoy trying to identify the different species in a particular area.
To celebrate my love of eucalyptus, I thought I would share a free eucalyptus printable with you all.
This free printable features a vintage diagram of the White Mallee, a eucalyptus species native to parts of New South Wales, South Australia, and Victoria. I found the original art in a book published in 1922 about the flora of New South Wales. I cleaned up the original scan in Photoshop and vectorised the image in Illustrator to ensure a crisp, high quality print.
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P.S. If you’re as in love with eucalyptus as I am, you might like to try making your own DIY eucalyptus wreath.
Free printable vintage eucalyptus diagram wall art
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