Before I officially shut this computer down for the year (or try to anyway!), I have a few great things I wanted to mention! We have posts lined up right through the break, so if you’re feeling like some reading or an escape from the craziness of the festive season, be sure to check in!
These flowers are indigenous to Western Australia and are its floral emblem, but cultivars are now in gardens all over Australia. The flowers are long lasting when cut and grow on long stems. They come in sage greens, dull yellows, green and red. The buds are long and curved, often opening to reveal an entirely
These evergreen grassy plants grow where there is sandy soil and moisture, often along coastal regions. (Have you ever seen them growing wild on the coastal plain near Lake Cathie, NSW?) The bells nod their heads on long stems and are quite thick in texture. They form from red and green buds and the hanging