>I didn’t even notice the little bug on the trunk in that first one until I saw it on the monitor :]
observant much ??
Triffids cunningly disguised as lichen on a dead branch

and this last one is the tiny Twining Fringe-Lily [thysanotus patersonii] growing around a small eucalyptus plantlet.
Those flowers are about the size of your smallest fingernail.


5 thoughts on “>seen

  1. Marcie says:

    >lovely pics! keep up the good work, show the world that our dry bush has some of the most beautiful (if tiny) flowers!

  2. Alwen says:

    >It’s fascinating how plants adapt to extreme conditions. Small but beautiful.

  3. TinkingBell says:

    >so sorry to hear about the baby – gorgeous pics though and when do you get down here? I’m waaaiting!

  4. catsmum says:

    >Tink, I’ve PM’d you on Ravellry – and I’m heading your way next weekyay!!!!!!!

  5. >OMG! Twining Fringe-Lily [thysanotus patersonii] incorporates the names of both my children – Lily and Paterson… I never thought I’d see that! Now to see if it would survive in Canberra… and if my local native plant dealer can get one…

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