Cascading along pathways in The Grampians, these wattles, also known as acacia oxycedrus, are a brilliant decoration while you walk. They’re my entry in Cee’s FOTD.
I hadn’t seen a white grevillea, before, and this crazy mess of bits and pieces caught my eye and camera. It’s for Cee’s FOTD.
This member of the heather family is endemic to Australia. I couldn’t resist photographing it, then had to find its name to include it in Cee’s FOTD.
My entry in Cee’s FOTD, today.
Native to many of the States in Australia, the common heath is uncommonly striking in a drab slab of green bushes. It’s my choice for Cee’s FOTD, today.
A great name and a startling flower for Cee’s FOTD.
One of many in its genus, for Cee’s FOTD.
There are so many poppies from Cee and Bob, that I had to photograph these from the Ballarat Botanical Gardens, for Cee’s FOTD.
This soft-leaf, cascading hedge with pretty clusters of rose-like (?) blooms caused me to stop and snap some pictures. I’m hoping that someone who visits Cee’s FOTD can identify it for me.