tucked away like this, with a Flannel-Flower alongside. I'd say another two to three weeks and there'll be more to see, in flower
..one of my favourites, also known as Pink Wax Flower. It seems to thrive in this sandy-soil, coastal bushland environment.
another view of the 'controlled burn-off' (yesterday's post), by National Parks
a delicate little orchid close to the ground
in the late afternoon sun, a Native Fuchsia, Correa, with seed-heads
the sun has bought about pink tones to the Hardenbergia, often known as the Happy Wanderer. The serrated leaves belong to a Banksia though.
it really is a blue-tone/purple flower.
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