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Warning: If spring flowers aren’t your thing, then you might want to give this photoblog a miss today :-)
All these plants are indigenous to our property. This is to say, they have not been introduced by man, and have, probably, always been here.
I had another go at photographing Indigofera Australis. It doesn’t look markedly different to the photograph I took a few days ago. It does give a good view of the flower buds lining up behind the one in flower, waiting their turn to bloom.
I think this member of the Heath family is Brachyloma Daphnoides, the Daphne Heath. My problem is that my photographs are 100 times better than those in the books from which I’m trying to identify these plants.
Again, as best I can from the resources available to me, this one looks like Daviesia Latifolia, the Hop Bitter Pea.
Hmmm, could be Melichrus Urceolatrus, the Urn Heath.
September 25, 2004 flora podcast