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Le Bibelot de Carol

Le Bibelot de Carol

Hardenbergia pod (ii), via Flickr. Fruit pod and seeds of Hardenbergia violacea. Although widely grown as an ornmaental and common on mainland Australia, Hardenbergia violacea is known in the wild from a single site within Tasmania. This tiny popualtaion has been confimed to be genetically distinct from the mainland population and is listed as Endangered within Tasmania (pdf).

Hardenbergia pod (ii), via Flickr. Fruit pod and seeds of Hardenbergia violacea. Although widely grown as an ornmaental and common on mainland Australia, Hardenbergia violacea is known in the wild from a single site within Tasmania. This tiny popualtaion has been confimed to be genetically distinct from the mainland population and is listed as Endangered within Tasmania (pdf).

Seed pods of the Crow's Ash, Teak [flindersia australis] | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Seed pods of the Crow's Ash, Teak [flindersia australis] | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hardenbergia pod (i) by Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, via Flickr. Fruit pod and seeds of Hardenbergia violacea.  Although widely grown as an ornmaental and common on mainland Australia, Hardenbergia violacea is known in the wild from a single site within Tasmania. This tiny popualtaion has been confimed to be genetically distinct from the mainland population and is listed as Endangered within Tasmania (pdf).

Hardenbergia pod (i) by Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, via Flickr. Fruit pod and seeds of Hardenbergia violacea. Although widely grown as an ornmaental and common on mainland Australia, Hardenbergia violacea is known in the wild from a single site within Tasmania. This tiny popualtaion has been confimed to be genetically distinct from the mainland population and is listed as Endangered within Tasmania (pdf).

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