A Feast of Flowers in MtLawleyShire

It’s the first day of Spring – as far as the calendar goes, at least.  And the last few days have been too cold and cloudy if not outright rainy for flowers in other people’s gardens.  There are no roses as they are all only putting forth their first shoots, but there have been flowers, and if I was not so thick and weary with ‘flu, I would be out hunting more.

Here is a selection of flowers from the last two weeks, and as it’s officially Spring, I’ll start with blossom – almond blossom, complete with a singing honeyeater.  This tree is always the first to burst into blossom around here:

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bird_3  bird_4

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Native blossoms from around the area:

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flower_2  flower_4

flower_3  flower_2

Geraldton wax & native wisteria:

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Beautiful iris:

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camellia and lemon flower:

flower_5  flower_10

Daisies:

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poppy & ranunculus:

flower_6  flower_5

Jonquil & dandelion seed head:

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freesias and snowdrops:

flower_8  flower_4

Dietes and something purple 🙂 :

flower_9  flower_3

and weeds – lupins and others:

flower_6  flower_5

lily:

flower_13  flower_2

and a variety of hibiscus:

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flower_hp_32  flower_hp_33

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I hope you enjoyed all the colour 🙂

 

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2 comments on “A Feast of Flowers in MtLawleyShire

  1. niasunset says:

    Great Set, Thank you, love, nia

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