The principal requirements of red gum, then, are a moist, fairly rich soil and good exposure to light.
It went out of sight, it and its rider, round the bend where the red gum lay.
The fruit of red gum is a bur, midway in appearance and size between the sycamore ball and the chestnut bur.
It was claimed that the common defects of red gum were thus overcome.
If soft woods are used, red gum and basswood make an agreeable contrast in colour.
About our settlements they are often seen with their noses painted with a red gum.
In Western yellow pine, the loss is great, and in the Southern red gum, it is probably as much as thirty per cent.
The trees were the liquidambar styraciflua, sweet or red gum, and were sent from the South.
This figure is one of the most prized properties of red gum.
Sanders had tried many methods and had hit upon the red gum border as a solution to a great difficulty.