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Category Archive for 'Wildflowers'

Signs of Spring #2

On the ridges away from the river, the Golden Wattle, A. pycnantha is of course in full bloom, a common and sometimes dominant understory species, but in my opinion one of our most showy and beautiful wattles. Continuing with the yellow theme, the Golden Grevillea, G. chrysophaea, lacking the rusty indumentum of the Heyfield form, […]

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Signs of Spring #1

In September and October 2009 a series of posts covered spring flowering plants of the Avon River country; after five years and with signs of an early spring, it’s perhaps time to again visit the botanically rich Avon and feature some of the plants that are coming into flower already. On a previous trip to […]

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