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Australian ~Blood-red Waratah by Renee Hubbard Fine Art Photography Australian Flora

‘Blood-red Waratah’ by Extraordinary Light

'Blood-red Waratah' by Extraordinary Light. Australian wildflowerNational Botanic Gardens, Canberra

New South Wales Waratah (Telopea speciosissima). Photographed in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia, along the Grand Canyon Loop trail. Australian Flora, Pretty Flowers, Australian Native Plants, Australian Plants, Australian Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Planting Flowers, Australian Native Flowers, Tropical Flowers

New South Wales Waratah #1

New South Wales Waratah (Telopea speciosissima). Photographed in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney Australia, along the Grand Canyon Loop trail.

Waratah (Australian relative of the Rhododendron/Azalea), Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Tasmania, Australia. Amazing Flowers, Flower Garden, Australian Plants, Australian Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Unusual Plants, Rare Flowers, Australian Native Flowers, Botanical Gardens

Waratah 4 - Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

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B&W Drawing of Conefower Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Botanical Drawings, Botanical Art, Flower Sketches, Plant Illustration, Floral Illustrations, Flower Art

Blackheath waratah A3 Limited Edition Giclee Print — Edith Rewa

Blackheath Waratah A3 Limited Edition Giclee Print Signed and numbered Limited Edition set of 50. Giclee print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, Acid Free, archival museum grade stock with a weight of 308 GSM. Free parcel post shipping within Australia * Art prints that are size A5, A4 or 1 x A3 can be sent internationally with international post selection at checkout. For more than 1 x A3 or A2 international orders please contact me via email first to discuss extra shipping costs.

Australian genus of five species of large shrubs or small trees, native to the southeastern parts of

Waratah

The Waratah which is the name given it by the local Aborigines has the scientific name Telopea speciosissima. "Telopea" from the Greek means "seen from afar" and "speciosissima" from Latin means handsome. Both are appropriate names. It grows wild along the eastern seaboard of New South Wales, Australia in sandy well drained soil.

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Waratah