|To warm to go far and too many things to do at home, so it's another 'let's see what's in the garden' on a Black Friday (Friday the 13th) episode.|
|Salvia micophylla - 'Hotlips'.|
|Commelina cyanea - Scurvy Weed (native in the Sydney region).|
The leaves of this plant were eaten by the first settlers to ward off scurvy as they had no fresh fruits.
|Angophora bakeri - Narrow-leaved Apple (native in the Sydney region).|
Flowers on the tree and one that's fallen in a birdbath.
|This was a Tulip Flowered Geranium but has reverted back to one of the parent flowers.|
|Streptocarpus - Cape Primrose (Lynn's collection).|
|Grevillea venusta - Byfield Spider Grevillea (native).|
|Bursaria spinosa - Blackthorn, Sweet Bursaria (native in the Sydney region)..|
TODAY'S LANDSCAPE / HABITAT.
|Over looking the frog pond to 'settlers' garden in the back yard.|
|The rest of the backyard east of 'settlers'.|
FEATHERS, FUR and FANG. Some Of The Wildlife Seen Today.
|Don't recall seeing one of these cicadas in the yard before.|
|Male King Parrot.|
|Channel-billed Cuckoo, summer visitor from the north.|