Flowers in Australia: 15

Kangaroo Apple / Solanum aviculare

a perennial woody evergreen member of the Solanum genus in the family Solanaceae.

 

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9 thoughts on “Flowers in Australia: 15

  1. You’ve absolutely hit your ID stride! There are a couple of ID books by your bed, and I hereby formally hand the job of ID in the Eurobodalla over to you. I love purple – at least it photographs. For some reason I always have trouble with blue. And purple and yellow is a winning combination.

    I’m excited! This time tomorrow you’ll be at my place.

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    1. I think there are a lot of solanum varieties. There is one here that looks like lily leaves and had sprays of tiny purple and yellow flowers, the seeds are bright purple! I am sure it must be a solanum.

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