The bird on the blue eucalyptus is called the red billed Blue Magpie. Only the red billed Blue Magpie can inhabit the blue eucalyptus, because the blue eucalyptus is poisonous and will kill all the plants around. Only the red billed Blue Magpie can inhabit on it, but the red billed Blue magpie is not the only one.
Eucalyptus globulus is native to Australia and also cultivated in Guangxi, Yunnan, Sichuan and other places in China. Eucalyptus globulus likes light, warm and humid climate, and has no strict requirements on soil, but it is not resistant to strong calcareous soil or strong alkaline soil and waterlogging; It develops best on the soil or heavy clay with good drainage, abundant water and medium fertility, and grows poorly in boron deficient areas. Eucalyptus globulus likes light and warm and humid climate.
Eucalyptus globulus has straight trunk, beautiful crown shape, red branches and peculiar flowers and fruits. Therefore, in the garden, it should be planted alone in front of the building, and can be planted on the roadside in front of the door. Highway greening or patch planting have good ornamental value. In addition, Eucalyptus globulus has strong resistance to sulfur dioxide and can absorb a large amount of harmful gases. It is a good street tree and greening tree species.