What is this, by ludwigsdiana

What is this,

hanging from a tree at the golf club.
Sort of looks like acorns, but I know they don't grow in clumps. Nice capture.
February 22nd, 2020  
Seeds?
February 22nd, 2020  
Julia beat me to it
February 22nd, 2020  
Julz beat me to it too!!
February 22nd, 2020  
Do resemble acorns, except for the way they hang in clusters.
February 22nd, 2020  
oh oh oh bottlebrush seeds :)
February 22nd, 2020  
It looks like an Australian native
February 22nd, 2020  
Oh yes, as KoalaGardens says (I should have read all the comments first)... Bottlebrush
February 22nd, 2020  
You have captured these bottle brush seeds so well....I have one big tree in the back garden & it looks like this at the moment.
February 22nd, 2020  
Bottle brush sounds right to me!
February 22nd, 2020  
A bottle brush, how brilliant! My favourite plant when we lived in Australia.
February 22nd, 2020  
Wonderful capture
February 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful against the blue sky !
February 22nd, 2020  
bep
Interesting capture.
February 22nd, 2020  
No idea Diana, but a fab shot. We could do with some skies like that over here!
February 22nd, 2020  
See, we learned something today. So cool and glad that @julzmaioro knew what they are.
February 22nd, 2020  
Are those gumnuts?
February 22nd, 2020  
lovely shot
February 22nd, 2020  
So interesting looking. I have no idea what it is.
February 22nd, 2020  
Great find
February 22nd, 2020  
I photographed these in Hawaii! I can't remember the name but if I can find a label from one of my photos, I'll come back and post. They're on the indigenous endanger list in Hawaii, btw.
February 22nd, 2020  
No idea but I do like your focus
February 22nd, 2020  
unique, whatever they are!
February 22nd, 2020  
I'm pretty sure it's the seed capsules from a bottlebrush tree (Callistemon) https://www.anbg.gov.au/callistemon/
February 22nd, 2020  
They do look very cool
February 22nd, 2020  
Looks like a bottle tree after flowering.
February 22nd, 2020  
How odd
February 23rd, 2020  
@julzmaioro Thanks for the ID Julia, you sure know your plants :-)
February 23rd, 2020  
@ludwigsdiana Please to be of help .. though it looks like alot of others knew this one..
February 23rd, 2020  
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