Spring time + lots of rain + gorgeous weather = amazing growth
Beautiful Spider orchids in the Spring sunshine
The small sedges are a graceful part of the lower storey
The succession in flowering occurs all year but seems to reach its peak shifting from winter to spring
It’s Spring: Starry clematis, purples of hovea and wonga wonga and blue love creeper
The Reserve feels like a quieter place in winter – despite the motorbike users who seem intent on honing their skills, heedless of the impact on anything or anyone else around them – but alongside the winter whites have been many shades of green and splashes of bright colour .
The male spikes of Allocasuarina, a beautifully unusual plant, have been in flower
Greenhood orchids are reliably found during winter and there has been has been major growth in the colonies in the Reserve.
Blue berries of summer
The nectar of the flowering leptospermum attracts a rich variety of insects