Australske gumnuts/eucalyptus

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How to Make a Dried Lavender Wreath. This fragrant, beautiful rustic wreath is easy to make and brings an organic touch to your home! Lavender Wands, Lavender Crafts, Lavender Wreath, Lavander, Lavender Fields, Lavender Garden, Corona Floral, Deco Nature, Diy Wreath

Levendula koszorú készítése – VIDEÓ

Minden amit a levenduláról tudni kell: a levendula termesztése, felhasználása, levendulás receptek, levendula képek, levendula fesztivál, Tihanyi levendula.

Sturt Desert Pea / Swainsona formosa - when you come upon this flower in inland Australia you are amazed.

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 Flannel Flower loves NSW sandstone country(New South Wales) Australia. And I would like to add that Flannel Flower as an essence is to help you with boundaries. Australian Flora, Australian Native Garden, Plants, Australian Flowers, Australian Native Plants, Bush Garden, Native Plants, Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers

Flannel Flower

Upon arriving in Sydney, I encountered several references to the Flannel Flower (Actinotus helianthi) -- which apparently is seen as a symbol of the area. I encountered this specimen while hiking along the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the southeastern suburbs of Sydney.

Native Arrangement - pink proteas, pineapple lily flowers, red leucadendrons and silver tetragona nuts. Gymea lily leaf cut at an angle at the back.

Native Arrangement - $75.00

The Fresh Flower Market Warrnambool Native Arrangement - Our native arrangements are composed with a fresh selection of Australian native flowers, complimented by subtle foliage and an open gift box, creating an impressive arrangement for all occasions. Please read our terms and conditions before completing your order.

Inspiration for wedding flowers: Something really wild using Protea in the center. This bouquet is my inspiration for all flowers- but altered a bit with available flowers.

Leptospermum Minutifolium - Flowers And Gardens Australian Native Garden, Planting Flowers, Plants, Australian Flowers, Australian Native Plants, Beautiful Flowers, Flowers, Australian Native Flowers, Flowering Trees

Leptospermum minutifolium #4

Best viewed @ large size Myrtaceae - Australia: Queensland, New South Wales Tea tree Shown: Detail of flowering branch displaying foliage, flower buds and fully opened flowers "Leptospermum is a genus of about 80-86 species of plants in the myrtle family Myrtaceae. Most species are endemic to Australia, with the greatest diversity in the south of the continent; but one species extends to New Zealand, another to Malaysia, and L. recurvum is endemic to Malaysia. "They are shrubs or…

‘Geraldton Wax Flower’ by Tony Cave

‘Geraldton Wax Flower’ by Tony Cave

'Geraldton Wax Flower' by Tony Cave. This shrub is native to Western Australia, taken in my front garden using available light. The background was fortunately in deep shade. Pentax K20d, Sigma 50mm 2.8 DG Macro lens, 1/8 sec. @ f11, 100 IS...

Amazing Unusual Plants To Grow In Your Garden

Eucalyptus conferruminata buds,

Eucalyptus conferruminata buds, El Cap StBch 22Apr12 BushPhoto See recent post for open flowers: www.flickr.com/photos/bushblog/11999151755/in/photolist-j...

Geraldton Wax flowers, by paletendril on Flickr

Geraldton Wax

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Templetonia retusa (Cockies tongue) is a shrub that is endemic to Australia. It grows to about two metres tall (sometimes as much as four metres) It produces bright orange red pea flowers in late autumn, winter and spring, although flowering period varies according to geographic area. Templetonia retusa is found in southern South Australia, and round the southern and west coast of Western Australia to about Shark Bay Australian Native Garden, Plants, Australian Flowers, Australian Native Plants, Native Plants, Drought Tolerant Trees, Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Garden

Templetonia retusa (Cockies tongue) is a shrub that is endemic to Australia. It grows to about two metres tall (sometimes as much as four metres) It produces bright orange red pea flowers in late autumn, winter and spring, although flowering period varies according to geographic area. Templetonia retusa is found in southern South Australia, and round the southern and west coast of Western Australia to about Shark Bay