Seen while strolling...walking and wandering outside

bilzmale

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Jul 17, 2010
124
Perth, Western Australia
Bill Shinnick
I tried to figure out what this is but no chance. Just give me a hint.;)
Walter it is part of an Australian Grass Tree or Xanthorrea. This specimen was in neighbour's garden but died and was removed. My pic shows the crown from underneath. This specimen would have been hundreds of years old.

Here is a stock photo showing a living specimen.

 

wee-pics

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Sep 13, 2016
104
Germany
Walter
Walter it is part of an Australian Grass Tree or Xanthorrea. This specimen was in neighbour's garden but died and was removed. My pic shows the crown from underneath. This specimen would have been hundreds of years old.

Here is a stock photo showing a living specimen.

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Thanks, Bill, I've never seen that kind of tree. From the stump I guessed it must be a tree. But the rest looked so different from any tree I know that it kept me puzzled. You never stop learning. :)
 

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