Australian Frangipani

Lovely tree with ‘honey-scented’ yellow flowers. Several small specimens can be found in the Australia Collection of the Dunedin Botanic Garden. I like the look of the flowers, you just know they’re going to be scented! And they’re a shade of yellow I really like. This photo was taken on 18 Jan 2022. I’ve posted a photo before of a different specimen but same collection, see photo 6 here.

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Australian frangipani, Hymenosporum flavum.

They grow into attractive small trees, see this page for photos.


Text and photo by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022)

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