Colours of Spring

Shows a triple-flowered waxlip orchid, Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve

Waxlips (Glossodia major) on display, Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve, Moe

Springtime in Moe’s bushland

It’s an amazing time of year: frogs calling, birds singing, relatively gentle breezes, and the fresh smell of bushland growth. The glowing colours of wildflowers are a pleasure to the eyes.

Shows a flowering Lomandra multiflora ssp multiflora, Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve

Many-flowered Mat-rush, Lomandra multiflora

Shows Purple beard-orchid, Calochilus robertsonii, Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve

Purple beard-orchid, Calochilus robertsonii

Shows Pink-bells, Tetratheca ciliata, Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve

Pink-bells, Tetratheca ciliata

Shows Eastern Globe-pea, Sphaerolobium minus, all yellow form, Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve

Eastern Globe-pea, Sphaerolobium minus

Shows Purple coral-pea, Hardenbergia violacea, Edward Hunter Heritage Bush Reserve

Purple coral-pea, Hardenbergia violacea

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