The fruit of Leptecophylla juniperina, a flowering plant native to New Zealand and southeastern Australia. In New Zealand, it is known as Prickly Heath and Prickly Mingimingi, and one subspecies in Tasmania is called Pink Mountain Berry. The plants grow best in areas with moderate winters and cool moist summers, and the fruit is edible. Photo: Noodle snacks

The fruit of Leptecophylla juniperina, a flowering plant native to New Zealand and southeastern Australia.

~ Nuytsia@Tas - Pink Sunshine ; unusual pink flowered form of Acacia terminalis (sunshine wattle)

unusual pink flowered form of Acacia terminalis (sunshine wattle) Tasmania, Australia

Tasmanian Flax Lily

Tasmanian Flax Lily tas flower love - would love to use as many wild ones as possible

Dianella tasmanica - Flowers

Tasmanian Flax Lily (Dianella tasmanica)

Dianella tasmanica 'Tasred' [Flax Lily] part of the Liliaceae family with Blue & Yellow flowers flowering in Spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

Macro Orchids Tasmania Thelymitra atronitida An orchid under threat in Tasmania. This flower was found on a small reserve close to the centre of Kingston, Tasmania.

Macro Orchids Tasmania Thelymitra atronitida An orchid under threat in Tasmania. This flower was found on a small reserve close to the centre of Kingston, Tasmania.

Rare Wild Tasmanian Purple, Apple Berry, Billardiera longiflora

10 Seeds w/Instructions A very unusual evergreen climbing shrub. Also known as climbing blueberry, Cherry Berry or Climbing Appleberry, Billardier

Tasmanian Flora - check google

Booktopia has A Guide to Flowers & Plants of Tasmania, Fourth Edition by Launceston Field Naturalists Club. Buy a discounted Paperback of A Guide to Flowers & Plants of Tasmania online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Sticky Boronia - anemonifolia Rare Tasmanian flora

Sticky Boronia - anemonifolia Rare Tasmanian flora

Buckland bushland gardens - local flora of the south east of Tasmania

Buckland bushland gardens - local flora of the south east of Tasmania

Mountain Mat Pea

Mountain Mat Pea - Flowering during spring at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania. Also found on my board 'Australia's Beautiful Native Flora'.

Wax flower - rare. Tasmanian SE flora. Buckland Bushland Garden

Wax flower - rare. Tasmanian SE flora. Buckland Bushland Garden

Buckland Bushland gardens - SE Tasmanian plants

Buckland Bushland gardens - SE Tasmanian plants

Bush Garden, Daisy, Daisy Flowers, Daisies

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