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Bloom Day February 2017

Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star'

This month the blooms can be easily grouped.  The major group is  South African and Australian winter bloomers. 
Grevillea 'Peaches and Cream' 
'Robyn Gordon'
'Ned Kelly' is far less vigorous a grower than 'Superb' and the rest, but it has grown and is producing the odd flower. 
Eremophila glabra, for hummingbirds.  I haven't seen them at it but this plant is in an out-of-the-way place. 
Leucadendron 'Reverse Polarity', reddening up
Phylica pubescens tiny flowers are hard to see.  The arrow points one out:
 South African daisies are their own group.  Just a Gazania seedling, as an example.  The 'Burgundy' Arctotis and orange Gazanias make a stunner of a combination, but I didn't get a shot of that.  Sorry!
 A couple of "garden" Gerberas.  Smaller flowers than the florist type, but unlike the florist types, these plants are happy and long-lived in a garden. 

A third group is Winter/Sprin…

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