EUCALYPTUS burracoppinensis. A small tree from the central wheat belt of Western Australia; rough barked trunk is complimented with a lovely smooth grey bark on the branches. Flowers appear in late winter through to December. The green yellow bud caps open to a creamy yellow flower up to 5cm across. Not often cultivated which is a pity as it is a great honey making tree attracting the birds and bees when in flower. A good windbreak tree.
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This is a limited edition print from an original acrylic on canvas painting and is signed and numbered on back. It is printed on quality 310gsm quality cotton RAG paper. Sold unmounted, rolled and shipped carefully in an art tube. Turn around from ordering to delivery 7-14 working days (may vary outside of Australia).Size:SMALL: 10.5 x 14 inchesLimited edition of 100$80LARGE: 17.4 x 23 inchesLimited edition of 30$250EXTRA LARGE: 30 x 40 inchesLimited...
Superb Lyrebird (Eastern Australia)Menura novaehollandiaeFound in the forests of Australia, this species is known for the male’s ability to mimic sounds from their environment, ranging from complex birdsong to the sound of a chainsaw being used in the woods. The male Lyrebird’s feathers, which resemble a lyre when fanned out, are crucial to their courtship. The mating rituals of a Lyrebird are just as complex as their birdsong. The male birds build a mound of topsoil on which they sing and ...