January, February, December
Eucalyptus laeliae is a 5–20m high tree with smooth, white powdery bark. It occurs around granite outcrops and hills as well as along drainage lines. Eucalyptus laeliae produces creamy white flowers in summer.
Armadale, Ashendon, Bailup, Baskerville, Bedfordale, Beechina, Bickley, Boya, Brigadoon, Byford, Canning Mills, Cardup, Carmel, Chidlow, Darlington, Forrestfield, Gidgegannup, Glen Forrest, Gooseberry Hill, Gorrie, Greenmount, Hacketts Gully, Hazelmere, Helena Valley, Herne Hill, Hovea, Jane Brook, Jarrahdale, Kalamunda, Karragullen, Karrakup, Kelmscott, Keysbrook, Lesmurdie, Mahogany Creek, Martin, Millenden, Mount Helena, Mount Nasura, Mount Richon, Mundaring, North Dandalup, Orange Grove, Parkerville, Paulls Valley, Pickering Brook, Piesse Brook, Red Hill, Reservoir, Roleystone, Sawyers Valley, Serpentine, Stoneville, Swan View, Swanview, The Lakes, Upper Swan, Walliston, Whitby, Wooroloo, Wungong