Trigg bushland tuart friends
What's blooming....

Pterostylis vittata
pterostylis vittata


The first of the banded greenhoods - Pterostylis vittata - can now be seen in the corner bounded by Karrinyup Rd and Jeanes Road - near Karrinyup Shopping Centre.

Calothamnus quadrifidus
Calothamnus quadrifidus





Calothamnus quadrifidus, or one-sided bottlebrush, is not yet in bloom but had a lovely dusting of spiderwebs and water droplets.



Templetonia retusa
templetonia retusa
cockie's tongue


Templetonia retusa is just starting to come in to bloom, and shows an interesting variation in colour (from faded pink to bright red) as well as blooming time - shaded plants have yet to bloom, while plants in open positions have finished and produced seedpods!

Hibbertia racemosa
Hibbertia racemosa




This coastal form of Hibbertia racemosa, or guinea flower, is also now coming in to bloom.


Trigg bushland tuart Eycalyptus gomphocephala
tuarts in the morning mist



Do go for a walk in your bushland!

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