Becoming A Crazy Plant Lady

Giving in to the inevitable

New growth of Briar Oak (Musgravea heterophylla), endemic to the Wet Tropics of Far North Queensland. © Bronwen Scott.

I live in a rental, so can’t keep companion animals. Once my neighbour’s pet Rainbow Lorikeet broke out of its aviary and tried to move in under the house, so I fed it bananas until the owner came home. Then some weeks later a chicken turned up, but it was merely passing through, getting its fill of the free range life until a python got its fill of fowl. But neither…

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Zoologist, writer, artist, museum fan, enjoying life in the tropical rainforest of Far North Queensland. She/her. Website: bronwenscott.com

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Bronwen Scott

Bronwen Scott

Zoologist, writer, artist, museum fan, enjoying life in the tropical rainforest of Far North Queensland. She/her. Website: bronwenscott.com

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