It’s school holidays here at the moment and after lunch one-day last week in Claremont at Miss Chow’s (yummy soups and dumplings), we decided that we weren’t quite ready to head home and wanted to enjoy the rare bit of spring sunshine so headed into Kings Park to check out the wildflowers.
Tourists from all over the country and overseas are flocking to see this spectacle. The display this year with all the late winter/early spring rains we have had in Perth is absolutely incredible.
Here’s the stunning Qualup Bells. I love these…more robust than you think
Check out this wonderful vista-you can only imaging the honey fragrance hanging heavy in the afternoon air.
It’s hard to imagine that this is in the middle of the city of Perth
More Qualup Bells Pimelea physodes and some Everlasting daisies Bracteantha bracteata
One of may favourites Eremophila Nivea
We could be in the bush somewhere…..but here we are …….just five minutes from home.
So get out there I say..check out what’s in your neighbourhood