From May to August yellow is all around with our many wattle varieties in full bloom. They are guaranteed to brighten the greyest day
Banksia are cousins of Hakea and Grevillea, the flowers are absolutely beautiful and the nuts which contain the seeds are also wonderful having many shapes and sizes
They go together like a cup and saucer, they work on their own but together they ensure our plant life will survive
Bright and uplifting there isn't anything depressing about these blue flowers.
Bottlebrush are made up of different species but most have brilliant red flowers, needle like leaves and are very attractive to honeyeaters and bees
Some of the best known wildflowers are the everlasting daisies due to the vast carpet of flowers seen in many areas during Spring
This tree species is the main one to be found throughout our native Australian bush from the high country to the coastal plain
The native variety only comes in white, with some purple under the petals. On tall, slender stems they stand out in the bush.
Possibly one of the most popular species due to their spectacular flowers, the intricate designs, variety of colours and their attraction to birds and bees !
These are part of the Banksia family which also includes Grevilleas. You can see the similarities in the flowers and the leaves
Many shades of pink, many shapes and sizes
Very similar in their structure, Angiozanthos or Kangaroo Paw, can differ remarkedly in colour.
Not lilies as you normally know them, they are just as beautiful. All of these have "lily" in their common names
Part of a much larger family which includes Eucalypts. The majority have vibrant coloured flowers in clusters.
Western Australian native orchids as spectacular as their international cousins. Most are tiny flowers but big in character
This could be included in the Banksia gallery but it is fascinating to see the flower cycle from the bud to something resembling spaghetti
Known as "Hairy Flag" - ugly name, gorgeous flowers.
These all grow in our garden.
Tiny with varied and vivid colours but with some deadly family members. The genus name Gastrolobium translates as "poison pea".
From mauve to violet to deep purple.
Many good reasons to watch where you walk! These are carnivorous plants catching their food with their sticky substance.
This tree only flowers around Christmas and can be seen from quite a distance due to its vibrant yellow.
It is unique to the South-West and is the largest parasitic plant on Earth
All white varieties and so much better than "alright".
Guaranteed to make you cheerful with their beautiful bright colour.
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