Wildflower Wandering Day 1

The wildflowers are blooming in Western Australia and a group of us have started travelling the wildflower trail.

Our first stop was Drummond Reserve in the Badgingarra National Park, about 70 kms inland from Jurien Bay. It was like being camped in a garden with nature’s landscaping better than anything us mere mortals could achieve.

Here’s where I am in the ‘big picture’!

Our first stop wet our appetite for more, more, more!

Cat’s Paw
Smoke Bush
Morning Iris
Cowslip orchids
Common Dampiera
Cottonheads
Synaphea

This handy little book has helped me identify so many of these plants 😊

Here’s one I haven’t been able to find the name of! Any suggestions?

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I hope you enjoy walking the wildflower trail with me over the next few days.

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