A found still life with Euphorbia lambii – nothing to do with Jacqui! This interesting plant has the propensity to become something of a weed in Tasmania as it is in parts of Italy. I struggled over many seasons to grow it in W.A. and here it self seeds and just grows, lovely!
Hydrangea-macrophylla beneath the bandstand in the Cataract Gorge
Grape Hyacinth in Prospect, a small flower bulb that multiplies rapidly every year so much so that it could be called a weed!
Winters first camellia, just a delight to see and the start of one of the best ongoing floral displays in Australia.
Colours in the rain falling on a very very dry Launceston
Its ANZAC day in Australia, a day when we remember those who have died in wars. So this group of lilies seems like a very appropriate post. On a personal level I saw my father suffer every day with poor health as a result of WW2.
It was only after his death that I learned he had been decorated but refused to accept his honors because he did not believe in the glorification of war.
This group of wild lily was found on the Trevallyn side of the gorge.
These look like a minture but far more intensley coloured Belladonna lily. I’m curious to know what will eat them?