Submitted: Friday, Feb 11, 2011 at 15:55
Member - John and Val commented:
Lovely photos as always Heather. The plant with the little white star flowers is a cushion plant, and the last photo (mauve 4 petalled flowers) is a trigger plant. Now a question - could I please link this blog to the Wildflowers, Photos blog/list? Would be good to have some Tassie plants in there.
You sound as though you are having a wonderful time - I'm just a tiny bit envious!
|J and V|
"Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted."
- Albert Einstein
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Submitted: Friday, Feb 11, 2011 at 16:24
Member-Heather MG NSW commented:
sure Val I would be happy for you to do that as I always enjoy looking at the threads or blogs about wildflowers. We thought the little whilte flowered one was a cushion plant but weren't sure. Not sure whether I can edit the names of them but I will try.
We are having a good time and Tassie has so many beautiful places.
|When you have worn out your shoes, the strength of the shoe leather has passed into the fibre of your body. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson|
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Submitted: Sunday, Apr 03, 2011 at 14:36
Member - Don & Kathie M (TAS) commented:
Glad you enjoyed Tasmania with its variable weather. I think the names of some of the flowers are: Top Row Left Pimelea, Top Row Right Donatia novae zelandiae, Mid Row L Sprengelia, Mid Row Centre Cyathodes, Mid Row R Pimelea.
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