"Metrosideros leucopogon"

A unframed oil on canvas botanical work by Fanny Bertha Good. There are two distinctive types of leaves. A single branch of "Metrosideros leucopogon" and a Cyathodes fasciculata. The branch located at the top of the painting is the Cyathodes fasciculata which the painter depicts the intricases of the multiple narrow sharp small long green leaves, with groups of small circular red berries with tinges of yellow and white flowers with green centre.
The bottom branch is the Metrosideros leucopogon and consists of large dark green and light green oval leaves that have tinges yellow along the edges. Distictive white bottle brush flowers in full bloom.
The background consists of a multitude of colours ranging from dark brown in the bottom left had corner spreading to a pale yellow and a light blue and white along the top of the canvas.
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