Nature's Wild Garden: Kangaroo Paw

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Comments (8)

Lecleire Jacques on October 31, 2008

Wouw Ian congratulations with your macro pictures.

Greetings, Jacques

Ian Stehbens on October 31, 2008

It really is fascinating having probed with the macro lens, Jacques! Australian native plants are generally structured very differently from what Europeans regard as norm. I am very pleased that you have enjoyed this pair of images.

Warm greetings,


Ghiocela on November 1, 2008

Indeed distinct from plants and flowers in Europe! Only here in your album .. I discovered so many varieties of plants ..!! Very nice photo Ian! Best wishes, Simona

Ian Stehbens on November 3, 2008

I went to the wholesale fruit, vegetable and flower markets again early Saturday morning, Simona and I specifically bought another flower just to photograph for my special Panoramio friends. So look out for the Eucalyptus macrocarpa images when they are uploaded, for I am sure you will love them, too.

Kind regards,


EVA_L on November 4, 2008

Looks like a living being! Fantastic, dear Yan!

Greetings from Ukraine. Eva

Ian Stehbens on November 4, 2008

It is gentler than a crab, but just as crazy and colourful.

It is soft and gentle and responds to tender loving care. Kangaroo paw does not require much watering, so it a good plant in a low maintenance garden, though I must confess my garden needs more attention from me.

Kindest regards,


M and R on November 6, 2008

My red and yellow paws are flowering at the moment. R

Ian Stehbens on November 7, 2008

You'll have to send them to the Sydney market, so I can buy some from your garden, Rob.

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