Thursday, 25 November 2021

Wildflowers, WA

Just some Wildflowers growing on the side of the road/Highway in Western Australia, there were just masses of them. Apparently in 2015 it wasn't a good year for the Wildflowers.  I have shown the 2nd photo before but seeing as I found the Sturt Desert Pea photo of the mass growing of them decided to show again.




The purple flower below is called Purple Mulla Mulla by the Indigenous people - Our First Nation People, this purple flower grows in a dry area up in Northern mid west to western Australia. No matter where you are in Australia there is always some flower out somewhere.






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  1. Those wild flowers are really pretty. The 2nd photo is my favourite.

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  2. Margaret, ¡What beautiful flowers are on the side of the reel! There are none around here despite the fact that Argentina is at the same latitude as Australia.
    An affectionate greeting to you

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    1. Oh there are plenty wild flowers in Western Australia - it seems strange Argentina doesn't have some wild flowers similar..

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  3. Beautiful flowers. I like a lot this post because I can see flowers that are not around here.

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    1. So many flowers in this world and it's hard to believe that many countries only can grow certain types/kinds of flowers and other countries can grow the same.

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  4. I love the vibrant colour of the Sturt Desert Pea flower - the brilliant red looks fantastic when it is contrasted with the black.

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    1. Beautiful flower Rosemary and from memories there are two colours in the middle, some with a lighter colour in the middle and I do believe in some areas of Australia the Sturt Desert Pea mutates with colours of white, pink and yellow some years only...interesting.

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  5. Свайнсона прекрасная — вид австралийских растений из рода свайнсона, просто великолепна. А у неё есть аромат?

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  6. I do hope that blogger has relented and allows me to comment this time. I really like your new header with the acquilegias.
    I would love to see Western Australia's wild flowers. Years ago one of my sisters in law took a trip to our Red Centre after rare rainfall. She was disappointed??? to see it covered in blooms because it didn't meet her expectations. I was and am flabberghasted at her reaction.

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    1. It seems as if blogger is ok for embedded then EC. I have been just having the popup window but then changed it back to embedded and forgot to put it bac to popup window, so yes, embedded for you is working on my blog..
      Well the Red Centre is amazing and beautiful with rain or without it, and it's amazing what is dormant for a long time till it rains. Never been to the Rock when it's rained or after.

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  7. Beautiful flowers, my favorite is the Purple Mulla Mulla.

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    1. They are Bill and the Purple Mulla Mulla scattered about do look lovely.

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  8. Son preciosos los colores de las flores y alegran el campo con esas pinceladas de color.

    Besos

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    1. They sure do add colour to the landscape, nice contrast against the reddish brown soil.

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  9. We were in Western Australia at the wrong time of the year to see wildflowers. It is a pity as they all look so wonderful. Sturt desert peas are fascinating.

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    1. Hard sometimes to get there when the flowers are in bloom as it's not exactly the same time each year.. That Sturt Desert Pea is one of my favourite to see in the outback, they are rather small and not always easy to spot unless you come across of mass of them.

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  10. Приветствую, Маргарет!Все эти цветы красивы! Это полевые цветы? Никто за ними не ухаживает? Не поливает? Видимо, климат для них очень хорош, они растут в природе.

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    1. They are totally wild flowers, they are not looked after by anyone at all. They grow in the outback and isolated areas within Australia in some areas. The only water they get is natures water from the sky.

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  11. Up close, these wild flowers are very pretty and unique. Have a good day.

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  12. Hi Margaret,
    I love these wildflowers, beautifully photographed.
    Photos 2, 3 and 5 are my favorite.
    Greetings Irma

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    1. Thanks Irma. Long way down to the earth taking these not so tall flowers.

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  13. Hello Margaret,
    Tht's very nice. Sp great to see all these beautiful flowers in the wild.
    You have made wonderful pictures. The flowers on picture 4 and 5 are very nice.

    Greetings, Marco

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  14. They are quite gorgeous. Discovering beauty of this nature really adds to the allure of a journey.

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  15. They are so beautiful, Margaret! I love all these colours very much! 😃
    Have a nice day.
    A hug

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  16. Bellissimmi fiori, tanta varietà di colori che li rendono unici, ciao Margaret una buona serata, un abbraccio Angelo.

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    1. They are beautiful flowers both in cour and their blooms, nature is an amazing thing.

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  17. That's how I like them - in the soil, in nature, watered mainly by the rain.
    I don't like to pick them up and put them in a vase, where they die after a few days.

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    1. Natural and nice Duta. I wouldn't put these flowers inside in a vase of water but I have put other flowers that grown in my garden in vase.

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  18. Very beautiful and interesting those flora, that part of the land covered with vegetation as they grow and how they are cultivated alone adapting to the natural environment.
    Happy weekend.
    Best regards

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    1. These flowers just take care of themselves which is good..

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  19. Rare and beautiful. I have never seen any of them.

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  20. Beautiful wild flowers. I have never seen these.

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  21. Pretty wild flowers💮! I love planting Australian native plants🏵😃.

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    1. They are pretty and it's good you can planted our native plants and watch them grow.

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  22. Muy bella serie de flores en la naturaleza, amiga

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  23. What beautiful wild flowers, I especially loved the flowers in the 2nd photo, they are fantastic. I didn't know any of them.
    Have a nice weekend

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