|A Coachwood along Pearsons Lane|
Growing amongst Blackwood Wattles
and other rainforest plants
|View from the Jamberoo Lookout|
off Jamberoo Mountain Road.
The lookout is excellent (on a clear day)
but the road sign has been removed by the RMS.
Look for a driveway on the east, just below
a serious rise in the road, on the Budderoo Plateau.
It is well worth a stop.
Easy parking, and a walk to a high tech platform
built by the National Parks and Wildlife Service people.
One of their best lookouts.
|A zoomed shot of Coachwoods contrasting with|
a bright green canopy of a very large "Pencil Cedar" tree.
Here are some close-up shots of the coloured sepals of the Coachwoods.
|This shot shows the variation in form of the sepals|
Some have 4 "calyx lobes" some have 5.
|This shows the developing "Nut"|
Within the "persistent calyx".
See this page of PlantNET