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Old Apr 15, 2005, 2:06 AM   #1
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In my Garden today

A BottleBrush

Another in the Courtyard

A Bromiliad
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Old Apr 15, 2005, 3:13 AM   #2
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The great bottlebrush, love the pics Boyzo, that bromiliad do you which one that is, good shot on that one 2.
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Old Apr 15, 2005, 3:22 AM   #3
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The great bottlebrush, love the pics Boyzo, that bromiliad do you which one that is, good shot on that one 2.
Oh that Brom heck don know the Botanical name the Flower lasts 6 months the leaves are stripped with silver markings.
As you know they produce offsets to multiply, I have many more types in my garden, you water the centre (Vase as its called)

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Old Apr 15, 2005, 4:03 AM   #4
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Supershots John. I can imagine with all the semi-tropical flora in Oz one can have an amazing garden there. The bromiliad is nice (lovely saturation on the pink) but I really, reallylike the first pic of the bottlebrush - the way the sunshine seems to electrify it. Great shot :-)
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Old Apr 15, 2005, 5:06 AM   #5
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Old Apr 15, 2005, 7:52 AM   #6
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Great shots Boyzo. Its awesome to see species from all over the world here on the forum. Thanks!
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Nice captures once again John. We have have the botlle brush over here too. They get pretty big.
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Old Apr 15, 2005, 5:43 PM   #8
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Nice captures once again John. We have have the botlle brush over here too. They get pretty big.
Thanks Bob yes I know you have the Bottlebrush over there, I saw some in Sonoma County last year whilst there,Gum trees too.
This not the true flowering season atm, yes they can get big and they are VERY hardy and can be pruned back very hard.
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Thanks for the education - and the great pic, John. Never seen a bottlebrush... they look ... well, lots like a bottle brush. As their name implies.
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Hi, I enjoyed your pictures of the bottle brush..... I'll betcha you see lots of humming birds around them. I have two bushes in my back yard that are getting ready to bloom and I can't wait to see the humming birds around them. Thanks for sharing your pictures. They are terrific!bentleysmom
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