This week I am featuring a few of the Australian native flowers that I have photographed recently. Our native flowers are unique and unlike plants from anywhere else in the world, due to the isolation of Australia over tens of thousand years
A pretty bottlebrush - possibly a Melaleuca nematophylla
And these are Callistemons
I love the colour of this callistemon
This is, I think a Dryandra
I have no idea what this is. One of the Grevilleas perhaps? Very tall - the flowers spikes stood about 9 feet in the air above the needle like leaves of the parent shrub. This one I found in the Cranbourne gardens in Melbourne - no name that I could find.
This is definitely a Grevillea.
A little taste of Australia for you to enjoy.
Liz Needle - linking with "Floral Friday Fotos" .