Instagram post by Julie McDougall • Oct 5, 2015 at 3:10am UTC
12 Likes, 1 Comments - Julie McDougall (@willafloraldesign) on Instagram: “They speak for themselves #waratahs available this week #spring #flowers #floralhunters…”
It has reached that time of year when the crisp cool winter days are wearing thin and all we are craving here at O&S is the welcoming warmth of the sun! So what better for some inspiration than talking to one our Australian friends and discovering more about the country’s native floral o
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I love Gum Blossoms. Whenever I see them they bring back the childhood memories of my favorite book "Snugglepot & Cuddlepie" by May Gibbs which I still have sitting in my bookshelf. The illustrations were so amazing and had a real Australian feel to them. My mother also had a May Gibbs book when she was a child, she in turn handed it on to me, it also sits in my bookshelf (although a little worse for wear)
Weeping brunches of Silver Princess tree (Eucalyptus caesia)
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f. Australian Wild Gum Blossom
Australian Wild Gum Blossom. “Gum Tree” is the most common name for the 500 kinds of Australian Eucalyptus. They vary from forest giants to low straggling shrubs. First mentioned by Sir Joseph Banks in 1770, when he wrote of a tree having gum exudations, similar to an exotic plant he knew. The term “Gum Tree” is now usually reserved to those eucalyptus with smooth bark.