X-ray of Brachychiton populneus (Kurrajong tree)
Fine Art print of X-ray Photographof Brachychiton populneus (Kurrajong tree), originally made by Tor G. Nitzelius, a world well-known dendrologist, gardener and prefect at Gothenburg's botanical garden in collaboration with Lennart Nilsson, among others. Printed on a matte 210 gram Hahnemühle photopaper with archival resistant pigmented ink.
Grown for shade, or for feed in times of crisis.
The Brachychiton genus originates in Australia, but Tor G. Nitzelius’ note “Reggio cal 1965” indicates that he found this example of the kurrajong tree in Reggio di Calabria, a city at the toe of the Italian boot.
These evergreen, bushy trees with deep olive-green leaves grow on rocky slopes (and can thus handle lime-rich soil) and are usually grown for shade, or for feed for cattle in times of crisis. When the summer bloom begins, they develop a wonderful abundance of bell-shaped blossoms in green and yellowish white with purple or yellow flecks inside, which attract bees.
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