Celery Top Pine, Cradle Mountain,Tasmania, Australia.

kaysharp

Tumut, Australia

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The Celery top Pine is named because it’s leaves, which are actually flattened stems, resemble the leaves of the celery plant. The buds turn to red and white fruit in late Spring, enclosing a black seed. Many examples of this small tree can be seen around Cradle Mountain. I took this photo on the track from Snake Hill to the Visitors Centre……Taken with my Nikon Coolpix 5700.

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