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in Cacti & Succulents
Posted June 20
ariocarpus in flower.
in Australian Native Plants
erythroxylum australis native coca, from the dingo area.
in Chill Space
Posted June 14
it's my local DREAMTIME RAINBOWSERPENT!!!
Posted June 14
Edited June 14 by withdrawl clinic
I asked once a lady belonging to the first nation people, sure this mountain must have a dream time story, but she answered, I don't know. than 3 days ago a lady from my local tribe, told me the story, and I asked her permission to at one time record her story.
Hanrahan, probably will be destroyed sooner or later by a stupid planed dam. I understand we need more water storage in oz, but I would build a new method of dam, which will have less impact on nature, and even will eliminate evaporation.
even the barrage at rocky destroyed the Fitzroy already, very sad indeed.
carnelian in situ.
red jasper, mixed with white quartz, in situ.
pls can you id this, maybe native nicotiana?
in Member's Gallery
Posted May 9, 2019
ego, thought I had uploaded similar.
currently growing a scelly (home grown &saved seed meselveeee:))
Posted April 23, 2019
nuace cam skill,
Posted April 22, 2019
cold triggers glaucacioususisus
Posted March 11, 2019
don't hurt those ants,
this plant got nectar glands!
in return they protect from bugs!!
Posted February 27, 2019
Posted January 23, 2019
I love those cacti, pics
featuring the fence palings...
Posted November 30, 2018
Edited November 30, 2018 by withdrawl clinic
waxy, glaucous shine, in close up.
love those spider ropes.
Posted November 20, 2018
in the old day's,
we used those spines,
as gramophone needles.
Posted November 19, 2018
what a nice specimen,
and she looks, very stable ( not returning to normal growth)!
Posted November 11, 2018
the roo is special,
but even more,
so is the landscape!
Posted November 10, 2018
Edited November 10, 2018 by withdrawl clinic
very nice pics!
your images make, me "feel the different" seasons.
the red stamens, is that callistemon?
Posted November 9, 2018
man, landed on mars.
Salvatore dali, would bow in front of you!
Posted October 30, 2018
hippeastrums are queen!
nice back round plant,
me thinks, carth.
Posted October 22, 2018
Catha leaves that shine like mirrors...
1st pic only:
on the left a seedling of a broadleaved red (maybe a pink?).
on the right a more narrow leaved (red or maybe more pink)
at the right, same pot at the top left corner a Catha looking like a vienna white.
in the wild there are said to be around 200 strains,
and above beauty full pics, show you they hy breed well.
but, in a way one would like stabilised plants,
breeding true to type.
for a true to type seed bearer, you need to inbreed and or stop foreign pollen. the original nl, red, vw, were all stabile, till me,
Posted October 20, 2018
I agree with your,
me rifat original,
big tree now.
Posted October 19, 2018
On 1/09/2018 at 9:55 PM, Slocombe said:
Good to hear PH.
Good to hear PH.
ups, no that can kill them, but mature specimens survive,
after have being frost trimmed...
if under the balcony, young frost tender plants will, show less damage.
but my frost are different, to frosts further down.