10 thoughts on “Bottlebrush grevillea

    1. That’s certainly the most common here, although we get a pink shade, too. I saw these in the Grampians and they’re actually a grevillea, which might explain the lovely colors.

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      1. I love to watch the honey-eaters as they dart about my red calothamnus (One-sided bottlebrush). The interesting thing is they do it both when the flowers are in bloom and also when they are not, so no honey to eat! 🙂


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