2 different Australian Tea trees in the scene.
Leptospermum laevigatum, commonly known as the coast tea tree, is a species of shrub or small tree that is endemic to south-eastern Australia, but has been widely introduced in other places where it is often considered to be a weed. It has narrow egg-shaped leaves. The leaves are greyish green, narrow egg-shaped with the narrower end towards the base. Australian tea tree plants thrive in either full or partial sunlight. Although the tree adapts to most soil types, it prefers fast-draining sandy or loamy, somewhat acidic soil.
Polygons (Total number of scene): 1,871,911
Verts (Total number of scene): 2,018,900
Australian Tea Tree1: 7 m
Australian Tea Tree2: 6/50 m
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- Units: Centimeters
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