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Standing out in the Gardens in

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August

Brachychiton bidwillii

(Little Kurrajong)

Family: Sterculiaceae

Uncommon shrub or small tree to 4m. Deciduous when flowering. Brown, hairy, boat-shaped seed pods. The Brachychiton bidwillii flower is the emblem for the Friends of the Gardens.

Where to look:  Entrance of the Arts & Ecology Centre and various other gardens.

 
 

Macadamia integrifolia

(Macadamia, Queensland Nut)

Family: Proteaceae

Tree to 20m. White flowers on spikes to 15cm, winter to spring. Edible, nutritious nuts to 3.5cm in summer.

Where to look:  There are two trees at the car park exit at the rear of the Arts & Ecology Centre.

 

Tecomanthe hillii

(Fraser Island Creeper)

Family: Bignoniaceae

Near threatened, moderately vigorous climber. Racemes of rich pink flowers to 8cm.

Where to look: Friendship Colonnade.

 

Hovea acutifolia

(Purple Pea Bush)​

Family: Fabaceae

Upright shrub to 2m in open, shady forest/rainforest margins. Clusters of purple 7mm flowers. Pods to 15mm.

Where to look: Throughout the Gardens.