Eucalyptus wandoo tea towel
Wandoo is a medium to large tree up to 30 metres in height, growing in broad shallow valleys or low ridges of south-west Western Australia. It appears in a band from the mid-west coast to the south coast. Wandoo is its name, given by the Nyoongar people of the south-west.
It has smooth bark and white flowers.The foliage and bark support a myriad of insects and invertebrates, making it a good habitat for birds. The flowers produce abundant nectar, an important source of food for birds and insects.