Native wildflowers in and around MtLawleyShire

I must get to Kings Park for the wildflowers, but for the moment, in my little ‘shire’ there are wildflowers in gardens and parks:

Orange kangaroo paw

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Pink bottlebrush:

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a variety of native wildflowers from a park:

I think this is called a candle Banksia

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these make me think of custard:

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Pink & fluffy & delicate purple:

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like a pink cushion:

 

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rare Grevillea in shadows and a fringed type of bottlebrush:

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white:

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& these gorgeous little things:

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& the scarlet bottle brush:

 

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7 comments on “Native wildflowers in and around MtLawleyShire

  1. […] Native wildflowers in and around MtLawleyShire (mtlawleyshire.wordpress.com) […]

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  2. bulldog says:

    These are really lovely captures… I love the Kangaroo paw.. never seen one of those… you are so lucky to be having such a spring…

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  3. Ah, yes, how splendidly singular they are! Lovely to see spring is springing, despite your wettest spring in ages. 🙂

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    • Thank you 🙂 I just wish I had to the chance to get to Kings Park, but today, alas, is not optimal weather – cloudy & windy. So this week is not going to happen either. By the time I get there, the wildflowers will be gone 😦

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  4. Looks like a garden. 🙂

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