Spring Revisited in the Australian Bush

11 Mar
Revisiting Spring

Revisiting Spring

Officially it’s Autumn here in Australia. Days are shortening. Leaves are colouring and starting to fall. A sense of change is in the air.

But for a moment, let’s look backwards (or forward) to Spring in the bush.

While some of our natives flower all year round, many provide a flush of beauty exclusively in early Spring.

Here is a photo taken in our natural parkland.

Enjoy the sweet little gems!

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2 Responses to “Spring Revisited in the Australian Bush”

  1. davidprosser March 11, 2014 at 5:17 am #

    Our Spring is starting and snowdrops, daffodils and other flowers are poking their heads out in the hope that nothing sneaky is going to happen like a late snowfall. It can’t help but bring a smile to your face when the flowers make a comeback and you know Winter is officially over.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

    • Margaret L. Sharp (@MargaretLynett1) March 11, 2014 at 5:48 am #

      I love all the Spring blooms. Just planted some snowdrops a couple of days ago. They are such delicately beautiful flowers. daffodils and Jonquils are wonderful, too… Enjoy your Spring!
      xxx A Ton of Hugs xxx

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