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Eucalyptus Blaskovii, commonly known as Blaskovian Cider Gum, is an endemic deciduous tree originated from the eastern part of Borea mostly between 45N to 60N. It is one of the only two species of Eucalyptus which can lives on a non-tropical climate. It has a unique feature of the pale green leaves specifically designed to withstand colder climate so the leaves can last longer at autumn and grow early at spring, which makes them seems to have a blue leaves. It is a national flora of the Kingdom of Blaskog and it is contributed to the name origin of the country.