Flannel Flower Teatowel No.1
This gorgeous teatowel depicts the Flannel Flower, Actinotus Helianthi a delightful species of flowering plant native to the bushland around Sydney, Australia. Often mistaken as a member of the daisy family (but a member of the carrot clan), its petal rays are covered in downy hair, rather like a flannel in texture. The perfect gift and momento! • Linen/cotton blend• 50 x 70 cm• Designed in Australia, handmade and printed in India. Care instructions: Machine washable . Do not tumble dry…
Today I discovered the work of Julie Hickson, an Australian artist. I find that botanicals inspire me the most (watch this space for the 2018 Pickle Design calendar!!!). Nature can be represented in seemingly endless ways. I like how Julie focuses on her native plants capturing them accurately yet still stylised.
How to choose and grow kangaroo paws - GardenDrum
Kangaroo paws have vibrant, flower colours combined with an amazing, furry texture. Here's how to choose and grow them in your home garden or in pots.
Crespedia globosa (100 days) Open-pollinated. Drumroll, please. The globular dimpled yellow flower heads set atop durable 18 stems do look a bit like they could mark out a paradiddle or two. But better use would be as a carefree garden accent with a prolonged bloom, or brought inside in a long-lasting bouquet. They also dry with no fuss. Just stand them upright and they dry perfectly, retaining their color. A tender perennial in Zones 811 that blooms almost the entire year. In less…
PlantFiles Pictures: Hakea Species, Hood-Leaved Hakea, Scallop Hakea (Hakea cucullata) by Kell
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Bottlebrush Hakea — Adam Robinson Design
The Hakea Francisiana A shrub of the genus Hakea from the Proteaceae family and is native to West and South Australia.