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Grevillea rosmarinifolia

The grevillea shrubs along our service road have been flowering for awhile. I took my Nikon D3000 with me a few days ago, hoping to be treated to the same bird display from the previous morning  – 3 restless flycatchers, 1 willy wagtail, 1 thrush, several yellow thornbills and a small flock of striated pardalotes were all in one small section of bushland when I had no camera at all, not even the phone!


Going by the look of the leaves, I’m guessing these are a variety of Grevillea rosmarinifolia.

Thanks for looking.


3 thoughts on “Grevillea rosmarinifolia

  1. sue says:

    Always liked Grevillea’s, when I was a little kid always tried to unfurl the flowers without breaking them, of course that never worked.

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    • They are an Australian native plant. You know, I’ve never tried smelling them! Nothing too obvious. Since there are no bees in the cold I shall shove my nose in a blossom and report back. 🙂


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