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Thanks Mackintosh - nice that you stopped by.
great photo robryan
I Cooeee back chookies but it didn't reach you, these grasstrees sell at markets for about $75 for small ones. they grow thick on some propertys close to me.
My pleasure tex - thanks.
Very interesting and odd! Thanks for showing us, RR.
Thanks Monica.I tried that chookie - she's just out of hearing range, but with the binoculars I can see her!!Thanks snooker.
Very unique - love them.
Cooeeee shirley, can you hear me? We can buy those grasses here, but in order to do so, you need to remortgage your house!!
This is truly beautiful Rob, thank you so very much!
My pleasure to do this Shirley :)))) If I get the binoculars out I can just see you :))) Thanks.Thanks joyfulli - these are Australian natives, glad you liked them.
I am always amazed at God's creativity! I've never seen these before -- the tops look like cattails, which are plentiful around here in the Wisconsin northwoods.
Can you see me waving, I'm about 16k from here, plenty Australian grasstrees around here, they are protected, you have to buy from a nursery to get a certificate to plant one. Thank you, Rob, for the post of my little corner of Queensland.
Thanks chookie - this is Shirley's neck of the woods!!
What a wonder picture, rob - of the mountains as well as the grasstrees. Thank you:)