Waratah Botanical Illustration ~ Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130
Waratah Botanical Illustration is the first in a series of 8 paintings featured in the Nature Watch section of Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130
One of Australia's unique flora are the Waratahs. Belonging to the genus Telopea, family Proteaceae, these flowers have become increasingly popular as not only floral arrangements, but also as garden plantings. Well known as crimson red in colour, they have also appeared in the wild in other colours from pink to yellow and white. With modern cultivation, these variations have been selected and bred to be made available for our gardens.
Telopea 'Essie's Gift'
Waratah Telopea 'Essie's Gift'• Spectacular low growing displays of bright colour. • Make a statement with an unusual low native hedge • Medium to large containers • Enjoy indoors in cut flower arrangements
Sluys, Leslie | 114 Artworks | MutualArt
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