Native Australian plants tend to be very sensible when it comes to making the most of the good times. When the end of winter approaches there is a desperate profusion of growth and September is the best time to visit if you wish to see native plants at their very best (usually they are a rather desiccated olive/smoke green.)
This was just one of the photos I snapped today at King’s Park, a beautiful and immense park in the centre of Perth.
Strolling about the gardens overflowing with native plants in full bloom was a rather pleasant way to pass a Sunday afternoon. I hope you, dear reader, enjoy a peaceful, flower filled Sunday too! 🙂