Australian wattle. Our national floral emblem.

Our national floral emblem. ALL OF THE ACACIA! Especially the flowering kind up along the boundary of the road near the creek

Eucalyptus coccifera dominates Tasmania's tree line. It grows up to an altitude of 1200 metres

pachipachiworld: The very beautiful Eucalyptus coccifera dominates Tasmania’s tree line. It grows up to an altitude of 1200 metres (Source: Pete Walsh Photography)

Hakea lissocarpha is a member of the Proteaceae family and is known as the Honeybush. Hakea lissocarpha is a native of Western Australia and is found in the south-west corner of the state

Hakea lissocarpha is a member of the Proteaceae family and is known as the Honeybush. Hakea lissocarpha is a native of Western Australia and is found in the south-west corner of the state

Acacia decurrens, Green Wattle Artist: Edward Minchen (1862-1913)

Acacia decurrens Green Wattle family FABACEAE artist: Edward Minchen from: 'The Flowering Plants and Ferns of New South.

Protea | The King Protea ( Protea cynaroides ) is the national flower of South ...

Protea | The King Protea ( Protea cynaroides ) is the national flower of South ...

Banksia baxteri

Banksia "Baxteri" - Banksia - Proteas and Leucadendrons - Flowers by category

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