Some plant photos taken in my area…

This post was set up to make viewing of some plant photos easier for a blogger (Royce)

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Bracken fern before the fronds have fully opened make a good habitat for a spider.

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Bracken fern fully opened.

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Gum tips - When our eucalypt trees (commonly called gum trees) first sprout new leaves, the leaves have a reddish colour and slow turn to a dark green.

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When a eucalypt tree is ready to flower, small gum nuts form. The tops burst open to show the flower. Seeds grow in the "nut" below the flower.

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Long Leaves

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Wide Leaves

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Wrinkly Leaves

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Spiky Points

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Furry Leaves

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Needle Leaves

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Wet Leaves

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FLOWERS

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