Native to Australia the tall eucalyptus tree is not only known for its beauty but for its aromatic leaves that yield medicinal oil. The eucalyptus tree is the only source of food for koala bears. Among its many visual attractions is its exfoliating outer bark which peels away in long strips to reveal a pale blue-gray trunk that gives the tree its common name of blue gum.
"I wish I knew how many miles I've walked along so many beaches, always enjoying the sand under my feet, and always collection shells. Jingle shells are one of my favorites." - Michael Michaud
The Eucalyptus leaves are cast in bronze.
- It can be bend slightly to fit most wrists.