Fig. 56. — Forest Gray Gum (Eucalyptus tereticornis). Photographed by Richter.
Victoria blooms from October to March, while Gippsland stringy-bark may bloom throughout the year, though the crop comes from a burst of bloom in autumn. The honeys obtained from the different species differ widely in color and flavor. The yellow box yields a pale, almost white honey, with an excellent flavor, while that