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 […]
Category Archive for 'Wildflowers'
A move to another location to check on the Showy Podolepis, P. jaceoides, found a number in flower despite the dry conditions, and as usual they were being attended by native bees. One of the commonest wildflowers, Pimelia species, don’t seem to attract the number of insects that other plants do, but on this occasion […]