Eucalyptus (also known as Tasmanian bluegum) is one of the most widely cultivated trees native to Australia. Today, it also grows in California and into Hawaii. These fast growing trees usually grow to 180 feet, but can grow up to 300 feet or more. Colors range from light yellow brown to grayish white, and sometimes display orange and red hues. This tree has many uses: the wood itself is commonly used for fence posts, flooring, veneer, and wood turning, while the leaves are distilled to create essential oil. The leaves are also used as an herbal tea. In regards to woodworking, it gives good results with both hand and machine tools. This slab measures 12.66′ long x 41.73″ wide x 3.15″ deep. You can view various cuts of our Eucalyptus veneer in our veneer catalog.