Garden Photography : Close up…

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This is a Grevillea an Australian native with approximately 360 species. It is a favourite of mine for its bright colours, unusual shape, all year round flowering and how the birds love it too.


This month the theme Jude (Earth laughs in flowers) has chosen for her garden photography challenge is Macro photography or close-ups of anything you’d find in a garden –  so she asks us to look out for unusual details.

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18 thoughts on “Garden Photography : Close up…

  1. Gorgeous photo. I love the water droplets 🙂

  2. How fabulously flamboyant!

  3. And how extra beautiful it is with the droplets! I must try and find one to grow in my new garden.

  4. Wow it flowers all year!

  5. I absolutely love Grevillea and I never realised it was an Australian native (where have I been all my life!) 😉

  6. I’ve never seen this. It’s spectacular.


    • Thank you Sheila, this is a grevillea and a native of Australia. I have it growing in my garden and the birds love the nectar from it.

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