Love those natives Mosura, all familiar to me, a delight to the eye.
Didn't know you had Manuka down there. Gets a Kiwi all nostalgic.
Hi MosuraLovely shots. Surprised to see the Sunshine Wattle there. Up here it is a "Sydney Sandstone" specialist plant. Common on the sandstone, but not found around Goulburn or Canberra, so I assumed it was a restricted distribution. Apparently not.Great Dianella shot.CheersDenis
Hi Alan, some great flowers and photos, I love the first one the Pale Flax Lily, so delicate and beautifully framed. You also seem to have some pretty ugly names for some stunning flowers....SAG?, PIGFACE? (-: I've just finished a jar of Manuka Honey and it was delishous! The price has rocketed now though due to the Honey Bee problems across the world! I hope that can be sorted out PDQ!
I thought I had replied to these comments but apparently I didn't. Sorry about that.Thanks Duncan - and it's great having them almost at my back door.Thanks Tony - Plenty of Manuka here. I'll have to get myself a bee hive.Thanks Denis - Sunshine wattle is the most abundant Acacia on my block. The soil here is of a fine snadstone.Thanks Jenny - Not the most romantic of names ate they. That Manuka Honey is great for healing infected wounds.