Nearly Natural 5248 Eucalyptus Double Ball Topiary Silk Tree, 5.5-Feet, Green

by Nearly Natural
List price: $199.99
Price: $145.35
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  • Features over 1900 authentic styled leaves
  • Pot Size 7w x 6h
  • A perfect display for any home or office

Product description

An Australian native, this handsome eucalyptus inspired topiary will have you dreaming of an adventurous trip to the Outback. With well over nineteen-hundred tiny authentic styled leaves and with a trio of twisting trunks embellished with a twin set of rich green foliage, this natural creation looks so real only a koala bear will know the difference. At 5.5 feet high, it can easily be transported indoors or out, making it the perfect display for any type of climate.

Artificial Plant Outdoor UV Resistant Eucalyptus Leave Shrubs Plastic Fake Bushes Window Box Greenery for Home Indoor Garden Light Green Verandah Office Wedding Decor Wholesale - 8 PCS

Price: $38.00
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  • ☀【Certified Safety Material】: Faux shrubs bushes in lush green sustain the sunlight of spring for you in any time .Natural fresh color,poisonless and harmless 100% SAFE ,ECO-Friendly,well made and vibrantly colored, looks real-like.This silk bushes will never die off and easy take care of it.
  • ☀【Wonderful Decorations】:The Faux plant are indoor / outdoor piece ( UV resistant) and no maintenance required,Will not be damaged.Artificial Shrubs are used in the ideal home, garden, office, verandah, Wedding decoration is here with this lovely eucalyptus tree branches.The multiple bushes give an interesting effect, while the 600 leaves bring the forest straight to you.
  • ☀【The Ideal Home】:Big and full Artificial Eucalyptus Leave brighten up your home with overflowing greenery, and never wilt. Generous and elegant, well made and vibrantly colored, looks real-like. ★★★{One square foot requires 3-4 PACK of Plants to fill }

Product description

◆【Family Leisure Time】:
•Artificial Eucalyptus Leave Excellent Material Let you experience the joy of relaxing in the ideal Home.
•Your families and friends would be deeply attracted,leaves bring the forest straight to you.
•Add greenery to home centerpiece.
•Gold Standard - Certified Safety Faux shrubs are all by handmade 100% SAFE with love and care by Nepalese or women in remote area ,
with each purchase you are contributing to their livelihood and better life.
•No pruning and watering for people who have a busy schedule or but want to enjoy the overflowing of greenery.

Authoritative certification of SGS,Organic style to guarantee you 100% SAFE to use indoor / outdoor.

◆【Perfect Decoration】:
Eucalyptus Leave branches will light up any occasion---Add greenery to home centerpiece, kitchen, office
table , also UV resistant for garden, verandah, Wedding bouquet.

◆【Easy to Use】:
•Artificial green plant outdoor, which is constructed of plastic and fabric material.
•Unlike real plants This Eucalyptus Leave for outdoor/ indoor will never die off and easy take care of it.
so that it can be a nice decoration for a long time .

◆【Package Content & Feature】:
•Artificial plants outdoor ☞ 8 Bunches ☜ 7 stems each Bunches.
•Artificial Plastic Eucalyptus Leaves outdoor/ indoor UV resistant.
•Material: Plastic,Fabric Eucalyptus Leave
•Type: Eucalyptus Shrubs Plant Length:14.57 inch Shrubs Leaves
•Color: Greenery Life-Like .

→Placed the Artificial shrubs in ventilated place for 1-2 days or wash them with warm water.
→Note: Since the size above is measured by hand, the size of the actual item you received could
be slightly different from the size above.

Parents of Woman Killed by Massive Tree File Wrongful Death Claims -

The parents of Haeyoon Miller -- the Irvine woman who was killed last year when a eucalyptus tree smashed her car -- filed wrongful death claims this month, court documents show.

A claim filed by Hyun Myung Suk, Miller's mother, is requesting more than 10,000 from the city of Newport Beach for damages incurred following her 29-year-old daughter's death. In the claim, the damages include "the loss of care, comfort, society, solace, support, and companionship." Suk is also asking to recover money she spent for Miller's funeral and burial ceremonies. A separate claim for an unknown amount was filed by Sunyl Chung, Miller's father, against the cities of Newport Beach and Costa Mesa and alleges both cities were negligent in failing to "maintain the tree, failed to conduct reasonable inspections, failed to remove a dangerous and diseased tree and failed to warn the public."

Miller was killed on Sept. 15 when a 10-ton eucalyptus fell onto her car near the intersection of Irvine Avenue and Westcliff/17th Street, on the border of Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. In her claim, Suk alleges Newport Beach is responsible for Miller's death "as the tree presented a hidden trap to motorists." Her claim also alleges the tree was overgrown and leaning toward the the traffic lane on Irvine Avenue that Miller was traveling in at the time of the accident.

In his claim, Chung alleges city employees were negligent when they responded to the accident and failed to stabilize the fallen eucalyptus tree "...this resulted in further sudden movement of the tree which also caused or contributed to the death of Ms. Miller."

Immediately after the tragic accident, the city removed more than 100 eucalyptus trees from the Irvine Avenue median between Westcliff/17th Street and Dover Drive. In her claim, Suk alleges the trees were removed from the area shortly after the incident "in an effort to conceal and/or destroy evidence that is relevant and integral to this...

Eucalyptus trees uprooted in Muranga

Trees in many instances have been praised as being crucial in environmental conservation. But that tide has been changing, as far as the eucalyptus trees are concerned. Some residents of Muranga North district have however had a bad experience with the Eucalyptus.

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  1. Parents of Woman Killed by Massive Tree File Wrongful Death Claims
    The separate claims filed against Newport Beach and Costa Mesa allege the eucalyptus tree that fell on Haeyoon Miller's car was a "hidden trap" and that city workers were negligent. By Nisha Gutierrez-Jaime In September a tree fell on a car driving in
  2. Bray People D-plant Horticulture offers some practical advice on growing Eucalyptus
    Eucalyptus plants are modular grown which makes them very easy to plant compared to other bare root forestry trees. - A mechanical planter (something like a cabbage planter) can be used but this usually means a great deal of soil preparation.
  3. Frostproof Company Growing Eucalyptus Trees to Feed Electric Power Plants
    Phillip Rucks, left, and Gordon Cox display their eucalyptus stock at Phillip Rucks Citrus Nursery in Frostproof. The company expects to open a new $1.3 million eucalyptus tree nursery by the end of the month. By Kevin Bouffard FROSTPROOF | If Florida
  4. Los Angeles Times Family files claims in case of woman killed by fallen tree
    The family of a motorist killed by a fallen eucalyptus tree last year has filed wrongful-death claims against the city of Newport Beach. Haeyoon Miller's mother and father filed separate claims within the last two weeks. Her mother, Hyun Myung Suk,
  5. POLICY: If a Tree Falls ... Does Anybody Care?
    This summer, fires decimated a multitude of forests along the Rockies, the Amazon recently experienced two large-scale droughts and Australia's own eucalyptus trees are falling victim to rising temperatures. And while the forests burn around us,

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  1. Eucalyptus tree is best known for its scented aroma. It belongs in the myrtle family. There are more than 700 species of Eucalyptus trees. Most of them are native to Australia and Tasmania. There are some species of Eucalyptus found in New Guinea,...
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  3. Eucalyptus trees are indigenous to Down under and Tasmania. There is more when compared to 500 species for the eucalyptus. They are amongst the oldest trees anywhere datig lower back about 500 million dollars years

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  1. Explore the hidden beauty of western Australia on this rugged road
    These hidden, verdant valleys are mystical oases of gushing waterfalls lush with micro jungles of eucalyptus and pandanus trees. Needless to say, you can't visit the Kimberley in the wet season when torrential rains turn roads to mush. However, from May to ...
  2. Save a tree with Emerald Tree-Free tissue products #shoplet @Shoplet
    I also received a box of Emerald Brand’s Boutique Box Tree-Free Facial Tissue. It’s so handy to have during any season but especially during flu season. It’s also made with agricultural by-products, more specifically bagasse, bamboo, eucalyptus.
  3. Eucalyptus Oil: How It Heals
    Essential oil was distilled from eucalyptus trees not long after the first European settlers arrived in Australia. Commercial production commenced in the mid-1800s, and the oil soon came to be highly prized around the world for its antiseptic and ...
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So rare to see a blue sky these days, it had to be photographed. Used smc PENTAX-DA 50-200mm F4-5.6 ED WR zoom lens.
Photo by Cross Duck on Flickr

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I love this view of the eucalyptus trees
Photo by mscaprikell on Flickr

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Located in Wonthaggi, in south-east Victoria, this Reserve is owned and managed by Parks Victoria. Since 2005 Greenfleet has undertaken annual plantings on this site for six years. The resulting forest will...
Photo by Greenfleet Australia on Flickr

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