bhg.com  Eucalyptus this easy-growing tree makes a pretty showpiece indoors in a high-light spot. Offers blue-gray foliage with a distinct aroma when you rub it.    Name: Eucalyptus cinerea    What it needs: thrives in bright spot protected from hot and cold drafts. Water regularly throughout the year.    Test Garden Tip: Don't be afraid to prune back to keep full and bushy.

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bhg.com Eucalyptus this easy-growing tree makes a pretty showpiece indoors in a high-light spot. Offers blue-gray foliage with a distinct aroma when you rub it. Name: Eucalyptus cinerea What it needs: thrives in bright spot protected from hot and cold drafts. Water regularly throughout the year. Test Garden Tip: Don't be afraid to prune back to keep full and bushy.

Click here www.theshortcollection.com.au/Australian-Flowers for information on the Australian Wild Gum Blossom. Buy a Handmade greeting card with this photo for just $4.50 delivered.

Click here www.theshortcollection.com.au/Australian-Flowers for information on the Australian Wild Gum Blossom. Buy a Handmade greeting card with this photo for just $4.50 delivered.

Sturt Desert Pea - when you come upon this flower in inland Australia you are amazed.

Sturt Desert Pea - when you come upon this flower in inland Australia you are amazed.

Sturt desert pea ~ State flower of South Australia. I love these! Been in 'outback' South Australia and seen these growing wild.

Sturt desert pea ~ State flower of South Australia. I love these! Been in 'outback' South Australia and seen these growing wild.

Considered an aphrodisiac & courage enhancer, Acacia also provides protection. It wards off evil. Use the roots and bark to make rope, ideal for binding spells. Use the resin to make inks to enhance protection spells. The wood is often used to make alters and other ritual furniture or to build chests or boxes that hold ritual tools. It is commonly used in incense and infused in oils used in anointing rituals. The odor of smoldering Acacia improves psychic abilities and focuses concentration.

Considered an aphrodisiac & courage enhancer, Acacia also provides protection. It wards off evil. Use the roots and bark to make rope, ideal for binding spells. Use the resin to make inks to enhance protection spells. The wood is often used to make alters and other ritual furniture or to build chests or boxes that hold ritual tools. It is commonly used in incense and infused in oils used in anointing rituals. The odor of smoldering Acacia improves psychic abilities and focuses concentration.

Sydney Flannel Flower (Actinotus helianthi) This lovely wildflower is commonly seen around Sydney.

Sydney Flannel Flower (Actinotus helianthi) This lovely wildflower is commonly seen around Sydney.


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Red flowering gum - Eucalyptus (Corymbia) ficifolia (grafted) - from my front garden - Liz Powley - Gumnut Inspired - http://www.gumnut.net

Red flowering gum - Eucalyptus (Corymbia) ficifolia (grafted) - from my front garden - Liz Powley - Gumnut Inspired - http://www.gumnut.net

Eucalyptus - yellow flowers - Oaklands Park, South Australia. Photograph by Liz Powley - Gumnut Inspired -http://www.gumnut.net

Eucalyptus - yellow flowers - Oaklands Park, South Australia. Photograph by Liz Powley - Gumnut Inspired -http://www.gumnut.net

Eucalyptus from Scott Creek Conservation Park, South Australia. Photograph by Liz Powley - Gumnut Inspired - http://www.gumnut.net

Eucalyptus from Scott Creek Conservation Park, South Australia. Photograph by Liz Powley - Gumnut Inspired - http://www.gumnut.net

Click here www.theshortcollection.com.au/Australian-Flowers for information on the Australian Wild Gum Blossom. Buy a Handmade greeting card with this photo for just $4.50 delivered.

Click here www.theshortcollection.com.au/Australian-Flowers for information on the Australian Wild Gum Blossom. Buy a Handmade greeting card with this photo for just $4.50 delivered.

Sturt desert pea ~ State flower of South Australia • floral emblem of South Australia declared in 1961 • Adelaide's icons

Sturt desert pea ~ State flower of South Australia • floral emblem of South Australia declared in 1961 • Adelaide's icons

gum nut blossom-recreate with fringing or "frayed"material, wrapped around glass flower vases

gum nut blossom-recreate with fringing or "frayed"material, wrapped around glass flower vases

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri. However it is restricted mainly to Shark Bay's unique tree heath region, particularly around the southern part of Nanga

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri. However it is restricted mainly to Shark Bay's unique tree heath region, particularly around the southern part of Nanga

Eucalyptus rhodantha, commonly known as the rose mallee, is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia producing rose red flowers in the summer months. Unlike most other Eucalyptus sprcies, the rose mallee retains its juvenile foliage throughout the life of the tree

Eucalyptus rhodantha, commonly known as the rose mallee, is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia producing rose red flowers in the summer months. Unlike most other Eucalyptus sprcies, the rose mallee retains its juvenile foliage throughout the life of the tree

Hinterland Mama: Drilling gumnuts for future nature craft projects

Hinterland Mama: Drilling gumnuts for future nature craft projects

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