24 September 2007

Plants of Manly

A rare climbing orchid, Erythrorchis cassythoides (image) is still in Manly, getting its carbon supply via root fungi.

Eucalyptus camfieldii also still there, a few older trees.

Helichrysum elatum (White Paper Daisy) at the end of the flowering season.

Who needs all this impoverished monoculture of lawn and pink pansies?

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