Saturday, 25 July 2015

cordyline

Today while weeding self set pine trees in the Hugh Crawford DOC reserve I came across this cordyline banksii. It is the tallest I have seen around here at about two metres. There are many small ones up to 600mm high but this seems unusual.

Tomtit visited me while I was there. It was quite wonderful working away with the perfumed alseuosmia all about. It seem like an extraordinary year for flowering. The scent completely fills the air.

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