Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Kiran Kumar S Aug 3
I was reading an article on the damage has done. In 1980s & 90s the govts blindly got lakhs of Acacia plants into India for "forestation". Karnataka itself has 2,50,000 hectares of Acacia now. But these Australian natives make rivers go dry and ground water sucked up ๐Ÿ˜‘
Reply Retweet Like
Graham Zemunik Aug 10
The golden-caterpillar-like flowers & rasping leaves of the Sandpaper Wattle, denticulosa. Rare flora in the wild but growing like mad at Hollywood Reserve, Perth, where originally a couple were planted, but have now spread widely (with a little help).
Reply Retweet Like
Parveen Kaswan, IFS May 29
is amazing. When antelopes browse on leaves, they start producing leaf tannin which makes taste bitter & lethal. And also spray special pheromone in air, upto 50 yards, which sends alarm signal to nearby trees. They speak without speaking. Listen without ears.
Reply Retweet Like
Skylark Feb 28
Pillar of Light... Terrace Gardens RichmonduponThames They are astounding this year! โœจ โœจ โœจ ๐ŸŒฑ
Reply Retweet Like
Thabit Jacob Jul 19
Looks like GoT has made a humiliating u-turn in today's deal. Some concessions includes: Access to International arbitration No obligation to build smelters Concentrates ban to be lifted Operating foreign bank accounts $300m to paid in 7 installments
Reply Retweet Like
ACACIA Fraternity Apr 28
and weโ€™re all good brothers..
Reply Retweet Like
Glenda Downing May 29
morning The warmth of flowers
Reply Retweet Like
Carol Probets Mar 9
Here's the adult butterfly, wingspan approx 35mm. Beautiful to see these fluttering around the young wattles their larvae feed on. Imperial Hairstreak, Jalmenus evagoras
Reply Retweet Like
Mr Shirts Kampala Jul 27
can you run around mall naked for 3 minutes for $70 million?
Reply Retweet Like
Fred Mar 18
A few flowers of ( dealbata )
Reply Retweet Like
Tim Baxter Mar 11
leprosa 'Scarlet Blaze', the lovely red form of Cinnamon Wattle . Found on a single plant in Black Range State Forest north-east of Melbourne, it is not quite hardy outdoors, even at Ness.
Reply Retweet Like
Royal Botanic Garden Jul 27
Come to to see magnificent plants in our Australian Native Border. As well as this bright and lively โ€˜Honey Barbaraโ€™, you can also discover Grass Trees, , and more!
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Nystrom May 21
It was so great to watch my daughter's class participate in We People today at CLU.
Reply Retweet Like
Skylark Feb 8
Acacia Lights... ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒฟ ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒฟ ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒฟ
Reply Retweet Like
ACACIA Fraternity Sep 5
UCO football calls for a tailgate!
Reply Retweet Like
Phil Barrett-Lennard Aug 12
Reply Retweet Like
Paul Unzimai Jun 21
Parte Parte alert. Location now H20 Avenue will be on the decks and is coming through
Reply Retweet Like
ACACIA Fraternity Sep 9
Reply Retweet Like
Jennifer Grieser Apr 11
Teamwork makes the๐Ÿ”ฅ work Prescribed burns lead to pollinator habitat. Check out the wild ๐ŸŒธ ๐ŸŒบ in a couple months.
Reply Retweet Like
Wenbo Chen Sep 12
Acacia leprosa 'Scarlet Blaze' , probably the only red Acacia variety. It was discovered in 1995 in western Victoria Australia. It now only exists in cultivation since the sole mother plant died since then.
Reply Retweet Like