💛 Tag a Wattle Lover 💛
I'm just here, filling a page with wattle because it's ma fav and I'm winding down for Christmas break 🙌
Also, a quick reminder that custom orders will be closing for 2 weeks from this Saturday 😘✌️❤️
I was at my first ever event on Saturday, thanks to @greyandgraceco
(btw they literally sell the best jewelry ever, so check them out), it was so fun and im so thankful for the experience! 💛
A little bit of rain, makes a whole lot of flowers in the desert!
THERE ARE ONLY 2 Keep Hanging In There Pins left on my Etsy! So if you want these for a christmas gift or for yourself you better grab them quick! (Link is in my bio)
Somewhere over the rainbow, the wild lupins are in full bloom.
📷 courtesy of @ryanresatka
for a chance to be featured.
Don't forget to pop in and pick up the cutest fresh potted Xmas tree! They come decorated or plain. Arriving Monday afternoon. 😊🌲🌲
Sporobolus virginicus (marine couch), found along the river foreshore. Very similar to lawn couch (Cynodon dactylon) especially when it's not flowering.
These are my favorite “flowers”. When I walk the dogs, I always stop in the bushes and pick some of these weeds. Sometimes weeds are just the prettiest! Vase is from @anthropologie
FLOWER SPIKE | Our Grass trees are looking blooming great, don't you think?! 😊 These native trees can take several years to flower, but the ones here in the Park have been established for a long time. The unique flowers form on a spear-like spike, which can be up to 4m long! The official name, Xanthorrhoea preissii comes from the Greek word xanthos, which means 'to flow' and refers to the yellow gum or resin that flows from the stem. The grass tree is important to Aboriginal people across Australia.
Winter has arrived but summer memories have not faded yet...shooting innocent flowers might just be one of my favorite things to do so why not end this (to the day!) 6 months instagram silence with some pretty wild flowers on a pretty wild island on a pretty, not so wild, swedish summer day 🌾
Thysanotus arenarius is sprawling herb which litters the understorey with purple flowers.
Snowdrops in December? Surely unheard of!