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Baobab trees can store over gallons of water in their trunks. The Garden of Eaden, Africa, and India Foto Nature, Weird Trees, Magical Tree, Baobab Tree, Unique Trees, Old Trees, Garden Types, Big Tree, Nature Tree

Baobab tree | They can store over 30,000 gallons of water in their trunks. |The Garden of Eaden Africa and India

 Red Ironbark or Mugga Ironbark, is a small to medium-sized or occasionally tall tree.

Euc Beaut! A tribute to an Aussie Icon

A celebration of eucalypts around the world

Unusual pink flowered form of Acacia terminalis (sunshine wattle). Tasmania, Australia Unusual pink flowered form of Acacia terminalis (sunshine wattle). Flower Garden, Pretty Flowers, Australian Native Garden, Plants, Australian Flowers, Australian Native Plants, Unusual Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Australian Native Flowers

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Unusual pink flowered form of Acacia terminalis (sunshine wattle). Tasmania, Australia

The Macadamia is a native rainforest tree known to the Aboriginals as Kindal Kindal. Its home is the rich volcanic soils of northern New South Wales and South East Queensland where it thrives in the warm sub-tropical climate and high annual rainfall. Fruit And Veg, Fruits And Veggies, Fresh Fruit, Australian Native Garden, Australian Plants, Australian Bush, Unusual Plants, Exotic Plants, Fruit Trees

Muesli • Byron Bay • Brookfarm • Macadamia Farm • About Us

Brookfarm is Australia's leading producer of premium quality Macadamia products, from our farm in Byron Bay . Muesli, Muesli Bars, Nut Mixes & more.

*AUSTRALIA ~ Darwinia chapmaniana: An endangered plant native to Australia. Photo by Clare Snow. Posted on Garden Design by Caroline Mullet FB page.

Garden Design by Carolyn Mullet

Darwinia chapmaniana: An endangered plant native to Australia. Photo by Clare Snow. http://www.flickriver.com/photos/claresnow/2408881545/

Actinodium cunninghamii found only in SW Australia. Great garden plant for sandy soils. Actinodium cunninghamii found only in SW Australia. Great garden plant for sandy soils.

Courageously Free

Actinodium cunninghamii found only in SW Australia. Great garden plant for sandy soils.

Buckinghamia celsissima - Ivory Curl,Ivory Curl Flower,Ivory Curl Tree - © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Australian Native Garden, Plants, Australian Flowers, Australian Native Plants, Rainforest Plants, Tropical Flower Plants, Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Flowering Trees

Buckinghamia celsissima - Ivory Curl,Ivory Curl Flower,Ivory Curl Tree

Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Proteaceae asgap.org.au/b-cels.html Ivory Curl is a tall shrub to medium tree from rainforests in north-eastern Queensland. In the wild, it is a tall slender tree but when grown in an open position it remains bushy to ground level and rarely reaches 10 m tall. It is very popular in cultivation and with its glossy dark green leaves, bronze new growth and spectacular cream flowers in summer it makes a beautiful addition to your…

Stuart's Desert Pea: Swainsonia formosa

Stuart's Desert Pea: Swainsonia formosa

Acacia acinacea / Gold Dust Wattle # Shrub flowering Aug to Nov

All Plants - victorianflora

The objective of this site is to help people learn and appreciate our native flora and environment. While I am happy for the pictures to be used for individual and educational purposes, I hope that copyright is respected and acknowledged. If you require a number of pictures please feel free to contact me: colleenmiller62@gmail.com

 The Bunya Pine (Araucaria bidwilii) is native to the subtropical mountain rainforests of SE and N Queensland and can grow 35 - in height. The pine cones produced weigh up to 6 kg lbs). The one pictured here is a mere lbs).

In Australia, Even The Trees Want To Kill You

We’ve all heard the saying,

Did you know that Grevillea flowers were a traditional favorite among Aborigines for their sweet nectar? This pollen could be shaken onto th. Australian Native Garden, Australian Native Plants, Garden Shrubs, Native Plants, Australian Wildflowers, Coastal Gardens, Australian Native Flowers, Back Garden Design, Australian Garden

Bush Lollies

Did you know that Grevillea flowers were a traditional favorite among Aborigines for their sweet nectar? This pollen could be shaken onto the hand to enjoy, or into a coolamon with a little water to make a sweet drink. These lollipop-like flowers are sometimes referred to as the original Bush Lollies, or Bush Toothbrush and Spiderman. Their popularity comes from their willingness to flower and flower and flower. They are also excellent plant choices to bring in the birds, bees and…