Australian Flora

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Banksia Integrifolia Cone: Australian flower (well, it was .- Banksia Integrifolia Kegel: Australische Blume (na ja, es war) – Banksia Integrifolia cone: Australian flower (well, it was) – - Australian Native Garden, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Bush, Exotic Flowers, Wild Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Fresh Flowers, Flora

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

ScentedNotes Eucalyptus enhances concentration in addition it is used for respiratory conditions. It has cooling properties which helps fights migraines and muscle aches and pains. Australian Native Garden, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Wildflowers, Pot Plante, Seed Pods, Garden Inspiration, Color Inspiration, Native Plants

Color | цвет | カラー | Couleur | Colore | Soft | Doux | мягкий | Suave | Delicato | ソフト | Texture | Pattern | Contrast | Composition | eucalyptus

Gorgeous flowers of Jingymia mallee (Eucalyptus synandra) Rare and threatened in the wild and uncommon in cultivation. Only several small populations known, on sandy and gravelly soils of inland, southern Western Australia. Australian Native Garden, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Wildflowers, Amazing Flowers, Wild Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Small Flowers, Yellow Flowers

Gorgeous flowers of Eucalyptus synandra

Such a charming flowers of mallee (small eucalypt tree)... I think Tinkerbell is not far... It is cultivated in Kings Park, Perth. Common Name: Jingymia mallee Rare and threatened in the wild and uncommon in cultivation. Only several small populations known, on sandy and gravelly soils of inland, southern Western Australia. But I believe it is going to be more popular in the gardens - according to ANPSA, it is probably the most precocious of all the eucalypts (agree!), sometimes flowering…