Fifteen Acres

A small slice of paradise

Australian Native Flowers and Flowering Shrubs

Bush Pea 1

The cheerful gold and red flowers are a welcome spot of colour in a primarily green, grey and brown coloured landscape.

All of the following plants are growing  and were photographed on our property. I have many photos to add, as I can identify the species, so keep checking this page!.

Asparagaceae

Blue Stars (Chamaescilla corymbosa var. corymbosa)

Bluebells

Branching Bluebell (Wahlenbergia multicaulis)

Swamp Isotome (Isotoma fluviatilis subsp. australis)

Poison Lobelia (Lobelia pratioides)

Brooklime

Austral Brooklime (Gratiola peruviana)

Daisies

Button Everlasting (Helichrysum scorpioides)

Common Bottle-daisy (Lagenophora stipitata)

Jersey Cudweed (Pseudognaphalium luteoalbum)

Yam Daisy (Microseris sp. 3) 

Goodenia

Trailing Goodenia (Goodenia lanata)

Guinea Flower

Erect Guinea-flower (Hibbertia riparia)

First Guinea Flowers of the Season

Heath

Common Beard-heath (Leucopogon virgatus (Labill.) R. Br)

Beard-Heath and Sundews: Sizing them up 

Common Heath (Epacris impressa)  White Flowers

Common Heath (Epacris impressa)  Deep Pink Flowers

Common Heath (Epacris impressa) Pale Pink Flowers

Cranberry Heath Astroloma humifusum

Mint

Slender Mint (Mentha diemenica)

Mistletoe

Drooping Mistletoe (Amyema pendula)

Native Pea

Common Flat-pea (Platylobium obtusangulum)

Common Hovea (Hovea heterophylla)

Grey Parrot-pea (Dillwynia cinerascens)

Narrow-leaf Bitter-pea (Daviesia leptophylla)

Running Postman ( Kennedia prostrata R. Br.)

Smooth Parrot-Pea (Dillwynia glaberrima)

Twining Glycine (Glycine clandestina)

Pink-Bells

Pink Eye (Tetratheca Ciliata)

Pink-Bells (Tetratheca ciliata)

Starwort

Prickly Starwort (Stellaria pungens)

Sundews

Climbing Sundew

Climbing Sundew Flowers (Drosera macrantha)

Scented Sundew

Scented Sundew Part 2

First Scented Sundews of the Season 

Tall Sundew

Tiny Sundew (Drosera pygmaea)

Teatrees

Heath Teatree (Leptospermum myrsinoides)

Violets

Ivy-leaf Violet Viola hederacea sensu Willis

Xanthorrhoea

X is for Xanthorrhoea

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