Finally the weather has started to improve in the south west of WA and we are getting some warmer dry weather. It has been cold and wet for what seems like an eternity.

The wildflowers have been out for months but because it has been so miserable I think the orchids have been too afraid to pop out of the ground, but I finally got to see one, only one, this weekend.  Quite a few varieties grow in the area so hopefully next year I will get to see some more.

Many of the other flowers are nearing the end of the season, but still worth a stroll through the forest to enjoy what is in bloom.

All these delicate little flowers were within a few hundred metres. The variety of colours and shapes are part of natures beauty.

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9 Responses to Wildflowers

  1. Denise Wilkes says:

    Lovely Shots Kerry xx

  2. R n J says:

    BIG hello to u both.

    Thanks heaps for the flower shots. Magic to say the least. We’ve been dodging some weather too with a weekend camping at Brunswick diverted to a BnB in the Mooloolah Valley. They have very steep 18 acres with paths leading down to valley floor where King Ferns are growing madly. They were declared some years ago as endangered and now seem to popping up more regularly. We struck up a super friendship with the owners who gave me several pieces/cutting from her orchids. They are growing well with two already flowering for me. Very excited only now have to keep them going. Enjoy yr travels and hope we can catch up. Xx R n J

  3. Mulino Dominillo says:

    Nothing can compare to Western Australia’s wild flower display in Spring. I wish we could have them in Europe! Beautiful photos!

  4. Robyn says:

    Beautiful flowers. The centre of Australia looked similar when we were there in September. All because of the massive rainfall!

  5. Wildflowers are absolutely beautiful. Awesome pictures you took!

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