Honeyeater Tree

To: "Ian May" <>
Subject: Honeyeater Tree
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2004 11:22:02 +1000
Hi Ian,

            You don't mean a Bauhinia tree?  Paired leaves, many varieties
including an ornamental sp.about the size of the backyarder you describe
with purple "orchid" shaped flowers, common around Sydney and commoner as
you go north. Also a native Australian sp.up north but with smaller leaves.
                Havn't noticed them to be particularly attractive to birds


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