Spring around MtLawleyShire

Flowers everywhere.

September was the wettest month for over 100 years in Perth, which means I haven’t been able to see any wildflowers yet.  But there were the occasional walks around my little ‘shire’ and there were gardens filled with flowers.

A rare grevillea at Mt Lawley campus of Edith Cowan University, between falls of rain and just before the big wind storm started (it lasted 3 days!).grevillea

Kangaroo paw about to burst open into flower

kangaroo paw  opening

 

Street side gardens:

street garden_1

 

street garden_2  street garden_3

 

Marigolds in someone’s garden (the owner of this garden is a lovely old lady with the sweetest old dog who often shares her powered chair)

 

garden

 

a purple iris in one of those gardens, and buds on a tree (no, I don’t know its name but love the colour):

purple iris  flowers

Hawthorn, I think (sweet-smelling), in someone’s garden:

in someone's garden

in my sodden little garden: Geraldton wax & the first of the lemon-scented geranium flowers:

 

geraldton wax  lemon scented geranium

 

& the sweetest flower of all:

 

fattee_1

 

I will have more flower posts…

 

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2 comments on “Spring around MtLawleyShire

  1. bulldog says:

    You are so lucky… we as yet have had no rain… which does not bode well for the summer…

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    • & we are still getting some rain, but the nights are warming. We haven’t had too many warm days yet – one that reached 30 last week, but down near 20 again this week. It makes me dread teh coming summer though… I really hope you get some rain soon.

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