What an interesting flower - looks like an upside down sea anemone! ✯ Pink and Silver Eucalyptus Rhodantha

Eucalyptus Rhodantha - "rose mallee" is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia

Local Milk x Little Upside Down Cake Portugal Photography & Styling Workshop

Fava Courgette Soup with Mint

Local Milk x Little Upside Down Cake Portugal Photography & Styling Workshop DIY wrapping ideas, craft paper, tag and leaves

Eucalyptus polyanthemos - Silver Dollar Tree.. I would love to have this tree. :) Smells great and I would constantly use in a vase

DINING OR DEN Eucalyptus polyanthemos - Silver Dollar Tree. I would love to have this tree. :) Smells great and I would constantly use in a vase

Protea

You can now buy and send proteas online in South Africa when you shop online with NetFlorist, they have beautiful protea flowers for sale online!

Ornamental weeping gum with white trunk and large red flowers that are produced in spring. Flowers from a mature "Silver Princess".

Would love a flowing gum in the yard somewhere! Ornamental weeping gum with white trunk and large red flowers that are produced in spring. Flowers from a mature "Silver Princess".

The Diphylleia Grayi is a wonderfully unique flower whose petals turn clear as glass when it’s splattered with raindrops. Commonly referred to as the skeleton flower, it hails from the moist wooded mountainsides in the colder regions of China and Japan. The flowers come out in late spring, with large, fuzzy green, umbrella-like foliage topped with small clusters of pretty white petals. And when it rains, they’re such a wonderful sight to behold.

"Diphylleia grayi" (Skeleton flower) - The petals turn transparent with the rain. ❤️ This flower turns amazingly transparent when touched by raindrops

Framed pressed plants, via Bloom Magazine

Lets press some large flowers and plants and frame above the couch :) so classy . Framed pressed plants, via Bloom Magazine

Cape sugarbird from South Africa. It seems like he would have trouble flying with such an outsize tail.

The Cape Sugarbird (Promerops cafer) is one of the six bird species endemic to the Fynbos biome of the Western Cape and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa. This photo was taken at the Slanghoek Mountain Resort, Western Cape, South Africa.

Australian-Native-Flowers

these native flowers are dried up but when planted can create biodiversity, at the same time it can survive different climates

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