Flowering Gums

Throughout WA there is quite a variety of flowering gum trees that are so colourful and varied.

Unfortunately I am not familiar with the botanical names of the gums but this tree with its coral coloured flowers is in Margaret River.

As is this striking tree with yellow flowers and the bright red pod.

These white flowering gums line the highways in the area.

This red flowering gum is in the Shannon National Park.

And these beautiful pink flowers were near Shannon as well.

This one is flowering in Yallingup.

There are many more varieties and colours – I will keep my eye out and hope to show you some of them when they are back in flower later in the year.

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7 Responses to Flowering Gums

  1. Mulino Dominillo says:

    Australian native flora is unique and wonderful!

  2. Jim & Kerry says:

    Isn’t it! The colours are beautiful.

  3. Kevin & Debbie Jackson says:

    Hello!! Great photos as always! We’re heading off this Saturday for Victor Harbor! Can’t wait!! I think we have everything we need and doctor visits done/planned etc. We’ve been watching the weather that way and hope we’ll travel in the “bite” of the bad weather. Ha! Dreams are free! Continue to enjoy your travels around the place. Keep well and stay safe. Love & best wishes, Debbie & Kevin xx

  4. Pauline says:

    The flowers of the gums are just beautiful! Enjoying keeping in touch through your ongoing blog- well done!

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