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Hardy Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 41 pictures in our Hardy collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Spiny-head mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia) Featured Print

Spiny-head mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia)

Spiny-head mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia), flower head. Aboriginal people use the strap leaves for nets and baskets; the base of the leaves can be eaten and the seeds ground and used in damper bread. Don River estuary, northwest Tasmania, Australia

Aboriginal Food, Asparagales, Australian, Basket Grass, Breeze Grass, Bush Tucker, Cluster, Drought Tolerant, Edible Seeds, Endemic To Australia, Flora, Flower Spike, Flowering, Frost Tolerant, Grass, Hardy, Laxmanniaceae, Lomandra, Native Tussock, Plant, Rhizomatous, Rhizome, Rush, Spiky Headed Mat Rush, Strap Leaves, Strappy Leaves, Vegetation, Yellow

The Great Banyan (Ficus benghalensis) Featured Print

The Great Banyan (Ficus benghalensis)

The Great Banyan (Ficus benghalensis), tree 200 to 250 years old. Its spread is the largest in Asia with 2880 aerial roots over 1.4 hectares. Achariya Chandra Bose Indian Botanical Gardens, Howrah, West Bengal, India

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Aerial Prop Roots, Aerial Roots, Ancient, Banyan Tree, Bengal Fig, Branches, Calcutta, Centre Removed, Endemic To Indian Subcontinent, Famous Trees, Ficus, Fig Tree, Giant, Hardy, India National Tree, Indian Fig, Indian Subcontinent, Kolkata, Lateral Spread, Moraceae, Plant, Sacred In India, Shibpur, Spreading, Strangler Fig, Tangled, Tenacious, Tree, Trees, Wide Canopy

Walls of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen and providing a sheltered position for Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) Featured Print

Walls of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen and providing a sheltered position for Sea thrift (Armeria maritima)

Walls of Kisimul Castle encrusted with lichen and providing a sheltered position for Sea thrift (Armeria maritima). Kisimul Castle is a small medieval castle dating from the mid 16th century and built on a rocky islet. Access can only be gained by boat. Historically, it has been the stronghold of the Clan MacNeil possibly since the 11th century. near Isle of Barra, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

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