Category Archive for 'Wildflowers'

In mid summer when the majority of the native flora has finished flowering, Bursaria spinosa, also known by the common name of blackthorn is in full bloom, a mass of sweetly scented small white flowers that act as a magnet to innumerable species of insect. It is in the Pittosporaceae family, and interestingly the drug […]

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Hello again old friend.

It must be over thirty years since Bill Cane told me that the Oxylobium procumbens was flowering on a rocky hillside to the north. I went straight there and found it was as good as Bill had described. Last year I thought it was about time I went back for another look at what must […]

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