Eucalyptus Leucoxylon 'silver princess'

mysleepykisser-with-feelings-hid: “Silver Princess (Eucalyptus leucoxylon (more flower posts here) ”

Red Gum (Corymbia calophylla)

The Marri, Corymbia calophylla, grows realativly quickly and is both a source of food and a nesting tree for the Carnaby's cockatoo. / Image by Jean and Fred Hort away

Is it Time to Reconsider Using Australian Natives?

Here's another stunning example of landscaping which imitates features of the house. See how the yellow flower heads seem like an extension of this home's lighting? Via Renoguide

Mountain Devil (Lambertia formosa). Photographed in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia, along the Grand Canyon Loop trail.

Lambertia formosa - photographed in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia, along the Grand Canyon Loop trail.

Hymenosporum flavum, or Native Frangipani, is a rainforest tree which is native to Queensland and New South Wales in Australia and New Guinea.

Hymenosporum flavum, or Native Frangipani, is a rainforest tree which is native to Queensland and New South Wales in Australia and New Guinea.

Banksia Robur Fire pit garden

Visitors to Empress Josephine’s garden at Malmaison outside Paris were wowed by her banksia collection.

Hinterland Mama: Scribbly Gum tree bark - Our Natural Art Installation

Scribbly Gum tree bark - Our Natural Art Installation

Both the boys and I find the Scribble Gum tree or Scribbly Bark eucalyptus that grows quite prolifically up here on the Sunshine Co.

Golden Wattle Flower

Australian Wildflowers

Acacia pycnantha Small tree grows to between 2 and 8 metres. As many wattlles, the tree not have true leaves but have these long, sickle-shaped (в форме серпа) phyllodes (a leaf stalk) . Photographed in Melbourne, Maranoa Gardens, Balwyn

Telopea speciosissima flower

Australian Wildflowers

Australian Wildflowers - Flowers Across Melbourne

Gossypium sturtianum flowers

Australian Wildflowers

Sturt desert pea flowers

Australian Wildflowers

There are an estimated plant species in Australia, including unique wildflowers such as 'Sturt’s desert pea' (Photo: Bill & Mark Bell.

Chamelaucium uncinatum flowers

Australian Wildflowers

Australian Wildflowers - Flowers Across Melbourne

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