The first thing you’ll notice about Citrus Hills is the eerie presence of a towering, white-striped tree.
The towering trunk is crowned by a huge crown of leaves, which look as if they’ve been pushed up a ladder and are now reaching upwards.
When you walk past it, the leaves don’t seem to move, but it’s an eerie presence that doesn’t make the area any less lovely.
The leaves also provide an opportunity to enjoy the natural surroundings.
Citrus Hill is home to some of the largest and oldest trees in the world.
It is considered one of the most ancient of all the Australian endemic forests.
The trees are a native to the region and are among the largest in Australia.
Their trees are often referred to as ‘whitecaps’, after the colours of the ground they grow on.
It was this whitecaps that provided the inspiration for the song “Citrus Hills”.
The tree has been named for the colours it produces.
Citruses whitecaps are white in colour, and are commonly used as decorative foliage in gardens.
The tree was named after the early 18th century botanist, Henry Cipriano, who named the whitecaps after the genus Citrus.
Henry Cinco and Thomas F. Cinoco first identified Citrus whitecaps in 1772.
Cipiano also named the tree “Cicloporus”, after the ancient Greek city of Ciclopium.
Today, the Citrus tree is considered a major part of Australia’s cultural heritage.
The Citrus trees are native to South Australia, but are also found throughout the world including the UK, New Zealand, the US, Australia, and Canada.
Citra is a member of the family Citrusaceae.
It belongs to the genus of trees known as ‘Citriculaceae’.
It includes the Citra, Citrus and Citrus family of trees, and is one of Australias most common and commonly used trees.
It has been cultivated for more than two millennia, and produces white, aromatic leaves.
It’s a member in the ‘Cinderella family’.
The tree grows from the base of a tree trunk to a height of about 2.5 metres (8 feet).
Its leaves are red, green and white, and have a glossy, white bark.
The branch and twig of the tree can grow to up to 3 metres (10 feet) high.
It produces a white resin that can be used in many cosmetic products, such as make-up and candles.
The white resin is used as a natural whitening agent, and it’s commonly used in perfumes and hair products.
The colour is so unique that many people don’t recognise the trees whitecaps when they first see them.
It can also be used as the basis for making a colour-changing, translucent white powder.