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Epiphytic orchid, forms large clumps on tree trunks and branches. Leaves leathery, flexible, shiny. Large flat pseudobulbs. Greenish-brown flowers in spikes, spring to summer.
Where to look: Throughout the gardens and also in baskets and pots outside the A&E.
Erect herb to 1.8m in wetter areas. Large "elephant ear" leaves, stem to 1m. Very fragrant creamy-yellow flowers on tall stalk. Round red fruit to 1.5cm. All parts of this plant are POISONOUS.
Where to look: Fern glade, Creek Walk and throughout the gardens.
Sprawling shrub in coastal sandy soils south of Fraser Island. Up to 1 m in height. Leaves opposite, silvery and hairy below. Aromatic when crushed. White flowers with 5 petals to 1cm. White fruit to 1cm with purplish spots, edible.
Where to look: Throughout the gardens.
Photography: The majority of the photos in this collection are the wonderful and much appreciated work of Greg & Judy Miller. Many other members of the Friends have also kindly contributed their favourite images.