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Changing Seasons WF2658

Fallen flowers from a Brachychiton (kurrajong, bottletree) carpet the forest floor. The name Brachychiton is derived from the Greek brachys, short, and chiton, tunic, in referring to its loose seed coats. Kurrajong comes from Dharuk garrajuŋ "fishing line", as First Nations People created fishing lines were made from kurrajong bark.
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WILDFLOWER CELEBRATIONS, ART BENEATH MY FEET
Fallen flowers from a Brachychiton (kurrajong, bottletree) carpet the forest floor.  The name Brachychiton is derived from the Greek brachys, short, and chiton, tunic, in referring to its loose seed coats. Kurrajong comes from Dharuk garrajuŋ "fishing line", as First Nations People created fishing lines were made from kurrajong bark.