Fraser Park, Caloundra

To: Russell Woodford <>,
Subject: Fraser Park, Caloundra
From: John McLaren <>
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 16:22:30 +1000
At 01:35 PM 26/04/01 +1000, Russell Woodford wrote:
Hi everyone

This is hardly likely to be a raging environmental issue, but it does highlight some of the blinkered thinking which is affecting tiny elements of our environmental heritage.

, many of which are Cotton Woods (someone like to suggest a species for these?).

G'day Russell ,

Cottonwoods  are a tree native to the Caloundra area .
Hibiscus tiliaceus ........... common name .. Coast cottonwood ..
They have a typical hibiscus flower, large yellow with red centers .

John .

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