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Another nice ball of fluff, DanM! Pretty, too!
21/Jun/08 12:11 AM
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A backyard flower with a citrus smell???


21/Jun/08 12:12 AM
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4:05 Maen! Pretty flowers with a difficult name... :)
21/Jun/08 12:13 AM
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Unusual ...
21/Jun/08 12:35 AM
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I'm assuming its a flower native to AU?
21/Jun/08 1:29 AM
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12:25 to you all.
21/Jun/08 1:54 AM
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I wonder what the FRONThousia look like?
21/Jun/08 2:43 AM
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Good afternoon to all! I agree Cathy, very unusual looking. We don't see those here in this part of Canada.
21/Jun/08 2:55 AM
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Wow! What a pretty flower! I've never heard of this plant before. Great photo Kate! Thanks for sharing it!
21/Jun/08 4:37 AM
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maen all! if there aren't humming birds and fruit bats down under they should get some shipped in. lotsa good viddles for them.
21/Jun/08 4:38 AM
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Lovely close up photo Kate.
21/Jun/08 6:17 AM
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We definately have the fruit bats! Is it too late to swap them for the humming birds?
21/Jun/08 7:45 AM
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close up very well done K! very nice flowers ... name included...
If you don't mind I'll send the photo to canadian friends... Like Craig, I didn't see anything of that sort while up there ... never even dreamed of anything that pretty.
21/Jun/08 8:06 AM
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Oh! Very pretty! Before it came into focus, I thought it was porcupine needles! I would much rather see the pretty flowers.
21/Jun/08 8:37 AM
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Interesting plant.
21/Jun/08 10:02 AM
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So beautiful thanks Kate.
21/Jun/08 10:47 AM
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I googled backhousia. It is native to aus. It looks like it's native habitat is quite small - the southern coast of Queensland. I don't think it would grow very successfully in the cold and dry Canberra winters. :-)
It's very pretty Kate.
21/Jun/08 12:14 PM
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16:51, slow but with no possibilities. Another lovely photo Kate.
21/Jun/08 2:36 PM
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13.19 Fantastic photo Kate
21/Jun/08 3:04 PM
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9:49 A very interesting looking plant. Is the shot from inside a greenhouse? Something the lightning points that way, but I good be very wrong about this :-)
21/Jun/08 8:19 PM
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