1. JoAnna says:

    I love that intriguing quote! It’s interesting how many different kinds of pines trees there are. This one is a beauty.

    1. Teresa says:

      It would be nice to find out, now that you’ve asked. Thanks JoAnna!

  2. picpholio says:

    Thanks for showing us this rare tree. Let’s hope that he’s able to survive for an other million years and longer… keep it’s habitat “top secret”.
    Have a nice day,

    1. Teresa says:

      It can’t be a secret, there’s a signage beside it! haha Thanks for commenting.

  3. eklastic says:

    Thank you! This has mad my day. I didn’t know about this plant or the Wollemi national park and for a very special reason this I will remember this. Probably forever. I checked and a google search tells me that the name come from an aboriginal idiom meaning “being attentive” (eyes open!). My last name happens to be the first four letters – so this is now my personal tree!

    1. Teresa says:

      Wow, now you have a tree. 👏👏👏 haha have a great day my friend!

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  4. Alana Mautone says:

    This tree does have the look of something that co existed with dinosaurs. I have never seen one in person.

    1. Teresa says:

      I wasn’t aware too that it is rare and historic but … it’s good to know right?

  5. lolaWi says:

    a gorgeous pine!

    1. Teresa says:

      Thanks amiga… how are things going with you now? Hope you are well rested and are you back at work?

  6. Parul Thakur says:

    This is beautiful and so glad you shared. I hadn’t heard of this one. Where is Wilson Botanical Garden, Teresa? I googled and it says Costa Rica. Is this right?
    Thank you for sharing us this rare tree. I hope to see you back tomorrow.

    1. Teresa says:

      Glad you liked it Parul. It is in Southeast of Melbourne, Australia.


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