Glistening Sun-Orchid (Thelymitra lucida) Australian native. Found in South Australia, Tasmania & Victoria.

Glistening Sun-Orchid: Thelymitra lucida - by Macro Orchids Tasmania.hey, we do things very well in little old Tassie!

Full size picture of Man Fern, Soft Tree Fern, Tasmanian Tree Fern, Wooly Tree Fern (Dicksonia antarctica)

Photo of the entire plant of Tasmanian Tree Fern (Dicksonia antarctica) posted by Calif_Sue

Blue tinsel lily - Australia

Blue Tinsel Lily, Cape Tinsel Lily (Calectasia cyanea) A wooden perennial herb that grows up to high. The flowering season occurs from June to October.

Eucalyptus coccifera | Tasmanian Snow Gum

Eucalyptus coccifera or the Tasmanian Snow Gum has the colors I would like to find in my home.

Dianella tasmanica variegata. Flax Lily. White striping will always POP in the shade!!

Tasmanian Dianella aka Flax Lily is a great alternative to Variegated Liriope ala Aztec Grass. Hassle free, no winter dieback, it's a sturdier plant with insignificant flowers that can be loped off with no harm to the plant

Lomatia tasmanica (King's lomatia) is a Tasmanian shrub from the family Proteaceae. The plant has shiny green leaves and bears pink flowers, but yields neither fruit nor seeds. Lomatia tasmanica is critically endangered with less that 500 plants growing in the wild in a tiny pocket of Tasmania's isolated south west.

Lomatia tasmanica (King's lomatia) is a Tasmanian shrub from the family Proteaceae. The plant has shiny green leaves and bears pink flowers, but yields neither fruit nor seeds. Lomatia tasmanica is critically endangered with less that 500 plants growing in the wild in a tiny pocket of Tasmania's isolated south west.

Wollemi Pine Tasmanian Royal Botanical Gardens Hobart October 2013

Wollemi Pine Tasmanian Royal Botanical Gardens Hobart October 2013

Acacia melanoxylon, commonly known as the Australian Blackwood, is an Acacia species native in eastern Australia. The species is also known as Sally Wattle, Lightwood, Hickory, Mudgerabah, Tasmanian Blackwood or Black Wattle.

Acacia melanoxylon, commonly known as the Australian Blackwood, is an Acacia species native in eastern Australia. The species is also Hickory, Mudgerabah, Tasmanian Blackwood or Black Wattle.

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Walls of Jerusalem National Park. Summer wildflower display of Richea scoparia, an endemic Tasmanian alpine heath, Dixons Kingdom.

AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Walls of Jerusalem National Park. Summer wildflower display of Richea scoparia, an endemic Tasmanian alpine heath, Dixons Kingdom.

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