Flowers of Tasmania

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As you already know, I love flowers and gardens. We have just spent twelve days in Tasmania and I just loved the spring blossoms, particularly the “natives”, including one of my great favourites – the wattle, Australia’s national flower – of which there are many varieties. The flowers below are not necessarily indigenous to Tasmania or to Australia, for that matter, but we saw them everywhere. Perhaps some of my readers can identify the species that I’m not sure of below.

Wattle 1

Wattle 2 – Golden Wattle?

Wattle 3

Bush with white flowers and new red leaves

Magnolia

Tasmanian Lavendar

Kangaroo Paw, endemic to Western Australia

Bottle Brush

Echium

 

 

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