Eucalyptus

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Tasmanian Blue Gum Botanical Illustration is the sixth of 8 paintings featured in the Nature Watch section of Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130 Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Botanical Drawings, Botanical Prints, Botanical Flowers, Australian Wildlife, Australian Tattoo, Australian Nursery, Australian Artists

Tasmanian Blue Gum Botanical Illustration ~ Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130

Tasmanian Blue Gum Botanical Illustration is the sixth of 8 paintings featured in the Nature Watch section of Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130

Ironbark Eucalyptus in australian native flowers drawing collection - ClipartXtras Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Art, Australian Plants, Illustration Botanique, Illustration Blume, Botanical Flowers, Botanical Prints, Botanical Gardens

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Created for the Victorian Catchment Management Council's 20th anniversary celebrations, this A4 botanical illustration captures the beauty of the Mugga Ironbark Eucalyptus and will be used across several applications for this event

Softly softly: Eucalyptus ficifolia ‘Fairy Floss’ Grafted – Mallee Design - New ideas Australian Garden Design, Australian Native Garden, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Backyard Garden Design, Garden Landscape Design, Backyard Landscaping, Landscaping Design, Eucalyptus Ficifolia

Mallee Design - Native Garden Design & Consultation

Mallee Design native Australian garden design. Servicing Southern Sydney Thirroul Austinmer Coledale Bulli Kiama Wollongong Sutherland Shire Illawarra. Landscape Designer Native plant specialist and horticulturist. Sustainable gardens, conservation and land management.

Book Illustrations - May Gibbs Botanical Illustration, Illustration Art, Book Illustrations, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Art, Baby Tattoos, Indigenous Art, Flower Fairies, Elements Of Art

Book Illustrations - May Gibbs

“It’s hard to tell, hard to say, I don’t know if the bush babies found me or I found the little creatures.” Working first as an illustrator of other author’s books, May found success in 1916 when the first of her own books was published. On 5th December 1916 Gum-nut Babies was published in a booklet format followed... Read more »

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Native Garden, Art Trading Cards, Photoshoot Concept, Botanical Decor, Coastal Gardens, Botanical Drawings, Garden Trees

Snugglepot and Cuddlepie

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