Eucalyptus caesia "Silver Princess"
Spring is round the corner. Ornamental weeping gum with white trunk and large red flowers that are produced in spring. Flowers from a mature "Silver Princess".
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Banksia Integrifolia cone: Australian flower (well it WAS)
The banksia integrifolia flower after it has expired... revealing the gorgeous 'spine' of the flower which turns into this lovely banksia cone. I've been fascinated with these cones since i was a kid. i love the patterns of these "Big Bad Banksia Men". borrowed friends Nikon D70
The Waratah which is the name given it by the local Aborigines has the scientific name Telopea speciosissima. "Telopea" from the Greek means "seen from afar" and "speciosissima" from Latin means handsome. Both are appropriate names. It grows wild along the eastern seaboard of New South Wales, Australia in sandy well drained soil.
Hakea francisiana (Syn - Hakea coriacea) - Cork Tree, Bottlebrush Hakea, Pink Spike Hakea
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Leucadendron discolor • Australian Native Plants • Plants • 800.701.6517
Leucadendron discolor part of the Proteaceae family with Red flowers flowering in Spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA
New South Wales Waratah #1
New South Wales Waratah (Telopea speciosissima). Photographed in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia, along the Grand Canyon Loop trail.
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Australian Plants Society | SA Region Inc.
From the deserts to the sea the flora of South Australia is as unique and beautiful as its varied landscapes. South Australian Plant Society members from diverse backgrounds unite to celebrate, grow, conserve and promote Australia’s wonderful flora.