Tuesday

December 22, 2015

Buds, blooms and bee.

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  1. What is that plant? It's definitely unique!

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    1. Yes, an Australian native. I believe it is a Melaleuca Armillaris commonly known as a Bracelet Honey Myrtle. I found it growing in one of our tree lines. Only a small plant (at this stage) but quite spectacular.

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  2. Para si e sua família desejo um Natal de Luz! Abençoado e repleto de alegrias.
    AG

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    1. Thank you! May you also have a wonderful Christmas.

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  3. That is very pretty and so delicate.

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