robynsnature: “ A further note on bringing birds into the garden. Pictured above is Banksia integrifolia, not only brilliant for nectar feeding but also seed eaters giving you are more diverse range...
Banksia 558 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist
Banksia 558 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist | Helen Fitzgerald
Botanical Artist - Banksia Seed Head in Charcoal
Susannah Blaxill botanical art, internationally recognised as a leading artist specialising in watercolour, pencil and charcoal drawings. Susannah Blaxill offers limited edition prints, commissioned work and workshops.
12 Kurrajong Brachychiton populneus Habitat: Valley slopes, open forests Season: Summer flowering Roots of the young plants were a popular food and the seeds were probably eaten after processing. With twine made from Kurrajong bark, Aboriginal people of the Hastings River region, NSW, made fishing nets. They would drive the fish into the nets.
A high country native garden at Cloudy Hill
After a tree change to central NSW, Fiona and Alex have created a native garden that flourishes despite the harsh conditions of the high country.