Flowers australia

Transform your garden with beautiful flowers that thrive in Australia's climate. Explore top flower ideas to create a vibrant and colorful outdoor space.
Tea tree (Leptospermum minutifolium). I would like to see this in an espalier form. Flora, Gardening, Planting Flowers, Plants, Myrtaceae, Tea Tree, Shrubs, Tree Oil, Flower Garden

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…

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Tony (aka Moondyne Joe)
A Passion for Flowers: Pink Duke & Brenda From the Field to Bouquet Flora, Flowers, Cactus, Tropical Flowers, Protea Flower, Dahlia, Rare Flowers, Flower Garden, Protea Art

When it comes to Protea and the month of February, I can't help but think about our gorgeous Pink Duke and Brenda. In our flower fields both proteas create an amazing display of bright pink surrounded by a bed of deep green leaves, almost like Easter eggs hidden in a huge field of grass. It is such a wonderful sight I almost hate to see them harvested! Protea Pink Duke Protea Brenda However, as Easter eggs must be found, Pink Duke and Brenda must be harvested, and in the end enjoyed! So…

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Lorena Gonzalez
Ptilotus exaltatus nees var exaltatus - Tall Mulla Mulla, endemic to Western Australia. Stocked often throughout the year. An annual with great long lasting flowers. Flora, Plants, Gardening, Native Garden, Unusual Plants, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Native Garden, Australian Plants, Australian Wildflowers

Ptilotus exaltatus 'Joey' Common names: Pink Mulla-mulla, Lambs-tails, Showy foxtail Australian native. Family: Amaranthaceae Location: Brisbane Mt. Coot-tha Botanic Garden, Australia There are about 100 species in the genus Ptilotus, all but one occurring only in Australia.

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