Australia- a flame tree

 
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MKP AU003 Flame tree : 10 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (3)
The common name here in Australia is flame tree.
Its grows to about 15/20 feet tallWhen in bloom looks beautiful. All red.

Nice pictures, ...
The tree is looking very beautiful in bloom.
Thank you. Yes indeed, used as ornamental plant in gardens
very pretty. there are several fklame trees in Australia. did you get to find out what the local name is

Thanks ... commonly they call it as flame tree and people know it by same name. I will be back at the end of this month



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