Trigg bushland tuart friends
What's blooming....

We had a better display of wildflowers on our last weeding morning than we get on some of our guided bushwalks! It was a bit hard to concentrate on weed removal... when every step brought us to another beautiful wildflower!

Lagenophora huegelii
You don't often see carpets of wildflowers in Trigg Bushland... but if you know where to go this year, you may see a small display. Photo I Johnson.

Lagenophora huegelii

Lagenophora huegelii Photo I Johnson.

Caladenia longicauda

Patricia gets the prize for orchid-spotting! She was the first to spot several glorious specimens of Caladenia longicauda.

Caladenia longicauda

Caladenia longicauda

Lechenaultia linarioides

Massive display of Lechenaultia linarioides

Ricinocarpos glaucus

Ricinocarpos glaucus Photo I Johnson.

Daviesia triflora

Daviesia triflora Photo I Johnson

Gompholobium aristatum

Gompholobium aristatum Photo I Johnson.

Caladenia flava

A rather munched looking Caladenia flava ! Photo I Johnson

Conostylis candicans Photo I Johnson

Calothamnus quadrifidus

Calothamnus quadrifidus Photo I Johnson

Thysanotus sp

Thysanotus sp. Photo I Johnson

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