Wildflowers 2021

2021 has seen good rainfall in the northern wheatbelt so not only are the crops looking exceptional but so are the wildflowers. We are away for a couple of weeks in the caravan exploring the area.

Our first stop was to visit family in Northampton. Whilst the town is still struggling to recover from Cyclone Seroja which hit back in April, the wildflowers this year are a joy. Pink everlastings and yellow posies carpet the ground and there is such a variety of other flowers.

East of Northampton the colour changes to mostly white.

But the highlight so far has been to see the wreath flowers at Pindar which are prolific this year. As they say ‘just add water’ and nature is amazingly beautiful.

I’m sure there will be more to see along the way.

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10 Responses to Wildflowers 2021

  1. Bruce Tisdell says:

    Nice work folks

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  2. Vicki says:

    Beautiful photos

  3. Lily Malone says:

    Stunning! I’ve never seen wreath flowers.

  4. David Eden says:

    Great photos. Keep them coming. Just disappointed we are not in our motor joining you on the wild flower and crops your for a couple of weeks.Dave

  5. Robyn says:

    Stunning. I’m hoping they will be in bloom when we head your way in 2022. R x

  6. Maureen says:

    Great pics. We’ll have to compare our pics of that heart “wreath”. Fabulous aren’t they? Have fun.

  7. Debra Kolkka says:

    Amazing and beautiful.

  8. Magnificent Kerry and Jim.
    Hope to do it sooner rather than later, but might need you to sponsor us via a refugee visa!
    We currently “stuck” in Queensland in Van.
    Keep on enjoying.
    H&T 🙃

  9. Peter Jackson says:

    Great to see you back on the roads again. Beautiful pictures. Safe travels

  10. MRy says:

    Just stunning Kerry and Jim keep on enjoying

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