Flowers & Plants
Western Australian Christmas Tree
Just love the colour of the Western Australian Christmas Trees that are in flower at the moment. Did you know they are a member of the mistletoe family and are a parasite, living on the roots of host plants. This tree was growing in state forest east of Perth, Western Australia.
Yellow Tree Lichen
This lichen was growing on a fruit tree near a ruin, on the edge of Lake Coogee. The tree was part of an old orchard that was planted around 130 years ago by the people who settled the area.
Lagurus ovatus, commonly called Hare's-tail grass, is an introduced grass in Australia. It is not considered a huge threat in most places and can often be found growing in coastal regions of all the southern states and NSW.
Thai Lily 2
From Death To Life
The pomegranate tree in our back yard is covered with fruit, much to the delight of the local birds.
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