Tasmanian plants

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The most commonly loved Australian native flowers include waratahs, banksias and gum blossoms, kangaroo paws and Christmas bush. Here, Horticulturalist Meredith Kirton reveals how to grow Australian natives in your own backyard. Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Bush, Exotic Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Purple Flowers, Spring Flowers, Orchid Flowers

Hakeas: different species and how to grow them

Hakeas are an Australian native plant species and a part of the extensive Proteaceae family. There are over 140 species of hakea, with the majority occurring in the southwest of Western Australia. Learn more about hakeas and how to grow them.

Tasmanian Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus) is one of 500 Eucalyptus species native to Australia. Proclaimed as the floral emblem of Tasmania on 27 November the Tasmanian Blue Gum was first coll… Unusual Flowers, Unusual Plants, Exotic Plants, White Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Eucalyptus Tree

Blue Gum: Floral Emblem | think-tasmania.com

Tasmanian Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus) is one of 500 Eucalyptus species native to Australia. Proclaimed as the floral emblem of Tasmania on 27 November 1962, the Tasmanian Blue Gum was first collected by a French Botanist, Jacques-Julien Houton de Labillardiere (1755-1834), on the south-east c ...

Buy 'Tasmanian native boronia' by Christine Beswick as a Art Print, Framed Print, Photographic Print, Metal Print, or Greeting Card Australian Native Garden, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Flora Flowers, Exotic Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Watercolor Flowers Tutorial, Flower Tutorial, Native Australians

‘Tasmanian native boronia’ by Christine Beswick

'Tasmanian native boronia' by Christine Beswick. Photographed in the Great Western Tiers of Tasmania December 2007. Not possible to identify the species of boronia from this photo; sorry! This image has been viewed 187 times up to 11/11/09...

Hailed as the Worlds Strongest Antioxidant food and traditionally used as bush medicine by Australias Aboriginal people. Aboriginal Food, Aboriginal People, Types Of Peppers, Anti Oxidant Foods, Australian Plants, Climbing Vines, Natural Garden, Seed Pods, Edible Garden

The Plant - Diemen Pepper - Tasmanian Native pepper

Traditional and modern applications for Diemen Pepper which is produced from Tasmanian Native Mountain Pepper, Tasmannia lanceolata.