- blue goose,
- blue grama,
- blue grosbeak,
- blue ground,
- blue grouse,
- blue heaven,
- blue heeler,
- blue heron,
- blue huckleberry,
- blue ice
Origin of blue gum
Examples from the Web for blue gum
The timber on it was chiefly of the blue-gum kind, and the ground was covered with shells.
The forest had become a tangled maze of low-growing shrub, dotted with giant growths of maple, spruce, and blue-gum.In the Brooding Wild|Ridgwell Cullum
From the plain we entered a wood of blue-gum, in which reeds, grass, and brush formed a thick coppice.
The great marsh bore south of us, and was clear and open, but behind us the blue-gum trees formed a thick wood above the weeds.
There was a blue-gum flat to the eastward of it, which we crossed, and then entered a brush of acacia pendula and box.