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Both of these are 'Crown of Thorns' Euphorbias - and the thorns were wicked! They are very drought-tolerant plants. At the Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens, Brisbane on Mother's Day.
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My pleasure Ami - I was just amazed at all the thorns!! Thanks:))


The pink ones look somewhat familiar, but the yellow ones don't. Thanks for posting them Robyn!


They sure were worse than any rose I've seen too Beekay - yet the flowers were pretty!! Thanks!!


Wow, those thorns do look wicked! Worse than any rose that I've ever seen.


Thanks Barb - they had just the two colours of this variety that I noticed!!

Thanks Chrissie - the thorns were a real contrast to the pretty flowers :)))

Well said Shirley - they aren't something I'd grow :))) Thanks!


Lovely flowers, menacing thorns, Thanks Rob.


What a contrast between the soft delicacy of the flower and those vicious looking thorns. Thanks for sharing another tip top photo from your Mother's Day excursion, Rob :-)


Great photos of them, Rob :) I used to have several of them in different colors and sizes, when I was in Florida. The orientals are breeding them something beautiful :)


The Bees were everywhere Nev:))) Thanks!

I think it was a Native Bee Janet! I'd also never grow them - although the thorns would be a great burglar deterrent:)))) Thanks!!!


Beautiful pics, Rob. That might a native bee. I enjoy seeing these but I would never grow them because of the thorns. hugs, janet

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