🌻 Wildflowers for Wednesday 🌻

A gallery of wildflowers for Friendly Friday, a three weekly challenge. This week it was Amanda’s turn over at Something to Ponder About.

Some of you may have seen these photos before as dear hubby and I have been on a couple of trips about two hours North of Perth. Wildflowers in this region start blooming from July.

The famous Wreath flower. These are truly amazing flowers and look like they’ve been handmade and left in the dirt. Their real name is  Lechenaultia and flower from August in Western Australia.

This is a map of the one of the routes. There aren’t that many places to stay so booking accommodation is essential well ahead of time as it’s a very popular trip.

19 comments

  1. Aren’ t the wreath flowers exceptional? Nature must have been really trying something different there? Maybe it is an adaptation to the climate? Thanks for sharing this amazing trip and region with us, Alison.
    Just a note – it is a two weekly challenge. There will be a new prompt at Sarah’s blog in a fortnight.
    Cheers,
    Amanda

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