29 August 2013

bush walk wildflowers...in the pink

A follow-on from yesterday's white flower post.

Kennedia

Eriostemon

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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10 comments:

Digi-Irma said...

Beautiful series of pictures, Carole.
Photo 8 and 9 are my favorite.
Greetings Irma

Brian King said...

Gorgeous color! The flowers really pop against the drab background.

Linley S said...

I look forward to seeing more of your wildflowers Carole. Each area has their own different species. These are beautiful. At least you know the names of them, unfortunately I only know the common ones, but I am learning thanks to an 84 year old who likes to share his knowledge of the local area.

grammie g said...

HI Carole... I love yesterday's post just gorgeous flowers!!
Especially liked the first one on today's, but they are all just wonderful!! The colors are amazing!!


Grace

Jeannette StG said...

This is why I love to travel -to see new landscapes. Your captures of the native flowers are terrific!
Thanks for visiting me earlier:)

Laura said...

I love love love your flower photos, Carole! Thanks for the "eye candy"! And thanks for sharing the names (not that I'll remember them!). Everything seems so exotic where you live! What a treatto be able to see these beautiful flowers in person!
hugs, Laura

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

You really have some beautiful flowers there. Thanks for sharing them with us.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a beautiful welcome to your spring season! These (and the flowers below) are all amazing (and mostly different completely from what we'd see ...even if it were spring!) I snuck over here from your bird blog, where I'd already commented. However, I would be happy to visit there every day because of the wonderful fairy wrens in your header shot.

Glad I found you here too though!

Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Gorgeous flowers! I love seeing excotic flowers from all over the world. Enjoy your weekend!

Jan Castle said...

Looks a bit like an orchid too! Lovely flowers Carole!