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Bristly Cottonheads…

Bristly-Cottonheads

When these fluffy yellow fellows the Bristly Cottonheads pop up in clumps throughout clearings in the Jarrah forest its a sure sign the spring is here even though the heavy rain and the thermometer would indicate otherwise…

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Spring is on its way …

Spring is on its way
It might be a couple of months away but this small understory tree is in full spring bloom. One of the problems in W.A. is that most people don’t realize and don’t understand the depth of biodiversity that grows here. Very few of our native plants and shrubs have been commercialized and often those that have been taken overseas or to the eastern states. This small easily managed Acacia species would make a lovely addition to any garden and members of the same family will grow almost anywhere.

 

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Nectarine in flower – Goldmine

Olympus Pen EP-2 f11 1/60s 100 ISO

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Cherry plumb : Prunus cerasifera

Canon 5D f5.6 1.40s EF24-105mm f4L IS

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Everlastings two, one black sheep…

Canon 5D f11.0 1/60s ISO100 EF24-105mm f4L IS

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Everlasting spring flowers. Rhodanthe chlorocephala

Canon 5D f4 1/800s ISO200 EF24-105mm f4.0L IS

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