your flowers are so bizarre and lovely. Nice to know spring is there, as snow is on its way here..
I had to smile at your comments, Swamprose. To me these flowers are in my garden every year and are just so 'normal' as part of my life. And yet I can see how they're bizarre to others. Australian flora and fauna has always seemd a bit weird to the rest of the world- especially animals like the platypus (not found near my place).
I'm glad to have cheered your day a bit. HAve fun in the coming snow! :-)
But I love the difference, and the complete uniqueness of your plants and animals. I have been to Oz and seen a lot of it for myself. do you know that many of your flowers and foliage are popular here for bouquets? Please blog your spring. It helps with the cold and damp here.
I like this series. The third plant looks similar to a pilbara plant, the second picture is similar to a flower that I had seen in Kings Park, Perth, yesterday. Will start blogging the flowers that I saw in Kings Park sometime over the weekend, as I will be travelling back tomorrow, so I can watch Bathurst on Sunday.
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