Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Creamy grevilleas

As we drove from 1770 (the town) to Hervey Bay the creamy flowers of a grevillea were a delight to see in the sub-tropical vegetation by the roadside. Almost like WA. The shrubs grow to about four metres but on the headland at 1770 the wind had sculptured them to bonsais, ground-hugging shrubs.

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