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John Apr 27
The South Australian blue gum. leucoxylon spp. leucoxylon. At Botanic Garden
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John 20 Mar 18
Blood lily, Haemanthus coccineus at BG on Sunday. New leaves were just starting to emerge.
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John Apr 29
caleyi, Caley's ironbark, from NSW & Queensland. At Botanic Garden
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John 27 Jun 17
A fluffy pair of botanical possums... baueri Each approx 20x20cm. BG
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John 17 Mar 18
I usually walk past the in the Sth African beds at BG. But not today 😎 labelled as E. sessiliflora, E. ventricosa, E. baurei & E. vestita
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John 8 Jun 18
A quick hello to the South Africans at BG. nerifolia in full force today.
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Jimmy Turner 7 Nov 17
Rocket Pincushion Leucospermum reflexum from S Africa flowering Is my new 🧡
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John 24 Jun 17
compacta, repens & nerifolia (2 forms) at BG, Adelaide this weekend.
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Botanic Gardens SA 14 May 18
Can't stop staring into 's collection lately. Aren't they bee-autiful? 🐝
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Dr Dale Dixon 23 Oct 17
The section of is stunning. Have a look at these beauties
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ANBG 23 Oct 17
How incredible are these Anigozanthos manglesii flowering now ? Floral emblem of WA
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John 24 Jun 17
Red tones at BG this weekend. Billbergia, Kniphofia, Eucalytus and Kunzea
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Jimmy Turner 4 Nov 17
The flowers of the Brachychiton discolor Queensland Lace-Bark at Native
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Jimmy Turner 27 Oct 17
Cantua buxifolia is the national flower of Peru and 1 of Bolivia’s. Glowing flowers at
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Dr Dale Dixon 23 Oct 17
It’s hard to decide on but the is right up there. Ixia polystachya var. polystachya
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Botanic Gardens SA 10 May 18
Treat mum to a stroll or picnic at , or Botanic Garden this Sunday for ! Pro tip: treat her to a coffee before, after or during your visit for extra brownie points
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Botanic Gardens SA Sep 27
If you haven’t been to Botanic Garden recently, now is the time to visit! Don't miss the flowering splendour of Erica ‘Wittunga Gem', a natural cultivar that was encountered in our Garden! Photo credit: Philip Gibson
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Botanic Gardens SA 12 Sep 17
compacta is just 1 of the stunning flowers looking epic in 's Terrace Beds rn. Visit
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Botanic Gardens SA 3 Sep 17
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Botanic Gardens SA 17 Sep 17
Coming on 's FREE weekly guided walk tomorrow? Did we mention it's free?
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