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We have a Mel in the backyard and it is currently in full flower (and I think it looks great). Every bee for a thousand miles is also enjoying it, Aussie bees and imports are sharing.
It will get a trim after the flowers are gone.
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Nice watto to see you are doing you bit for the honey eaters :-)

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