This is a Ficus Rubiginosa.
We first met around 5pm on a weekday, it was 40C degrees hot in Sydney.
a little bit a bout me –
Ficus rubiginosa is native to south-east Asia and the Australian continent, also commonly known as Port Jackon Fig. The canopy of the Port Jackson fig is broad, domed and pendulous in habit and can reach heights of 20 metres. Their leaves, which are dark green on top and rusty brown underneath, are small compared to the Moreton Bay fig but, like all figs, they have a milky sap.
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