Federal Road, Ringwood East

Federal Road, Ringwood East

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Posted 2024-05-19 by Neil Follettfollow
This road is only 400 metres, running off Mt. Dandenong Road, (Melway map 50.A.7) but has a lot to see for the leisurely stroller.

A brilliant floral display of a honeysuckle tree was visible from a distance.

My walk was in autumn and many autumn colours were visible, including the popular liquid amber deciduous tree.

It is a well-established area with a variety of front fences, wire and picket, wood, both open and solid.

Azaleas and camellias are starting to flower, as are protea and grevilleas.

A popular border plant along the bottom of front fences are elephant ears plant.

Noisy miners were the only birds seen on this walk.

Red-berried cotoneaster trees are producing numerous displays of berries. An unidentified small trumpet-like flower looked like a correa and a single autumn leaf had landed on a green hedge.

A fuchsia was growing near a violet churur tubular flower. Another rare flower was the South African tulasi.

Only one garden had a garden lamp and only one pair of walkers were encountered, enjoying a sunny autumn walk.

Only a short road, but very enjoyable on a warm and sunny autumn morning.


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286243 - 2024-05-18 05:47:01

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