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Ron Brindley / 1,692 items

N 39 B 457 C 2 E Sep 29, 2020 F Oct 26, 2020
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A form of Kalanchoe manginii.
"A native of Madagascar, this perennial, evergreen shrub grows to just 30 cm high with an equal spread. It has fleshy, ovate, glossy, mid-green leaves carried on multiple reddish stems while the terminal, pendant, tubular flowers are red with yellow margins. It is quite a prolific flowerer.
This plant dislikes frost and prefers temperatures above 10°C and a full sun or partial shade position. It also makes an excellent indoor plant. Like most succulents it has a definite need for a well drained soil and a summer rainfall. Winter should see the soil almost dry out before re-watering and if your climate seems unsuitable then use it as an indoor plant so you can provide acceptable conditions."
Reference: www.olelantanaseeds.com.au

Tags:   Kalanchoe Plant Succulent bells Pink Red

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Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus moluccanus). Energetic and mischievious. Daily visitor in Sydney Australia.

Tags:   Rainbow Lorikeet Parrot Lorikeet bird Sydney Australia

N 11 B 297 C 0 E Oct 25, 2020 F Oct 25, 2020
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Tunnel Vision

Tags:   Light movement 100v+10f

N 26 B 710 C 4 E Oct 25, 2020 F Oct 24, 2020
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The King Parrot (Alisterus scapularis). Surely one of the most beautiful of all the parrots, the male king parrot is resplendent in his plumage of scarlet red head and underparts, electric blue tail and emerald green wings and back. There is also a pale green stripe running from the shoulder down the wings. The female is also an attractive bird with the red of the head and throat replaced with green. Photographed in Sydney Australia.

Tags:   King Parrot Australian King Parrot wild parrot Parrot Australia bird 100v+10f

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Rainbow Lorikeets (Trichoglossus moluccanus) arrived in a small flock to visit the flowers of Bottlebrush (Callistemon) and a water trough. Sydney Australia.

Tags:   Rainbow Lorikeet Parrot Wildlife of Australia wild parrot bird Lorikeet 100v+10f


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