Wildflowers of Western Australia – Part II
By Judy Evans
August 28, 2016 9:50am CST
This video collection of is Western Australian wildflowers that are predominantly pink or red in colour. The first two images are of the celebrated wreath flower, probably the most sought-after of all. They are considered rare but if conditions are right, as they were this year, they grow in abundance mostly on the verges of gravel roads. I might do a separate post on them so I can post more photos. The simple daisy shapes are different types of everlastings. Enjoy!
I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload)
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29 Aug 16
oh my word! i see that i'm gonna need to figure a trip to yer neck 'f the woods durin' yer springtime. what vast varieties grow 'pon the soils there. what a delight to be able to see 'em all through y'all's eyes, hon. gorgeous!