Flowers are white, small, in in winter or spring in an elongating cluster but terminating in clusters of 3. Each bud has a pointed cap.
Fruits are urn shaped capsules, small like C. citriodora.
The bark is smooth most of the year, but sheds in "polygonal flakes". Most of the year the smooth bark is white, grayish or pink, but during the shedding it looks greenish.
C. citriodora for sure, until the bark peels.
Seacliff Dr East, between Sea Terrace Way and Seacliff Dr before it turns into Center.