Mexican Flame Bush – Calliandra tweedii

Cee’s FOTD

Today is too hot to be outside and I have sweated enough doing housework so I thought I would do a random flower picking.

I went into my flower folder, the ones that haven’t been named or sorted properly (yes there are quite a number of photos), just did a page down and clicked on the the page.

This is the flower that I “picked”

I think I know where I took the photo as the background looks like a road with a white painted line

Amylotheca dictyophleba – Brush Mistletoe

Cee’s Flower of the Day
Bren’s Floral Friday FF#83

Spreading to pendent shrub, parasitic on many species of rainforest trees, germination occurs on trees bark of a suitable host plant with a bit of the fruit spread by birds when they wipe sticky fruit pulp from their beaks.

Flowers are upright, attracting Mistletoe Birds, Lorikeets and Honeyeaters, mainly Summer.