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Sunday, January 31, 2016

not eatable...


a kookaburra attempted to eat this and then dropped it as a 'gift' on my verandah...
I am not sure what plant this may represent...
Anyone?



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7 comments:

Gattina said...

Looks like a cactus leave ?

Mascha said...

Never seen before - it looks not very yummy ;-)
Some succulents?

www. merlanne.lu said...

No, I do not know the plant. It is probably a succulent, but its name ...?

Nick V. said...

Hi Gemma, it looks like a Crassula ovata 'Blue Bird'. See:
http://gardensociety.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Crassula_ovata_Blue_Bird.jpg
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Hannah said...

I see the faint magenta edge on the edges, I would think maybe it could be edible but perhaps not what the Kookaburra wanted? It would be fun to watch them outside!

Sara Chapman said...

I am pretty sure it's that crassula mentioned above. I have one!

Tony McGurk said...

It doesn't look so great. I don't blame the Kooka for not wanting it.