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Naked man orchid

Flowers-blooms

Calibrachoa ~ MiniFamous series 'Double Pink Evolution' Million Bells

Calibrachoa MiniFamous™ Double Pink Evolution

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Lesser Purple Fringed Orchid (Platanthera psycodes)

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Million Bells (Calibrachoa) Perfectly at home in containers, along borders or in beds, million bells spill out and over to create magnificent displays of blooming color. In warmer climates they have even been known to blossom right through the winter months!

The black kangaroo paw (Macropidia fuliginosa) is one of our most spectacular Australian native plants. Available Aug-Nov for goth weddings, halloween, or general fabulousness.

Diuris corymbosa ~ West Australian orchid

Anigozanthos ~ ~ Kangaroo Paw is the common name for a group of Australia rhizomatous herbaceous perennials.. This genus is in the Haemodoraceae, primarily restricted to the southern Hemisphere. (Lophiloa - a small perennial bog plant is found in the eastern USA). The bird pollinated flowers are tubular and split lengthwise with the 6 lobed "claws" being on the upper side of the flower. Often theses flowers are brilliantly colored and are sometimes clothed by contrasting colored hairs.

Western Australian Flowers - Myrtle by Georgie Sharp, via Flickr I love these shrubs.

Happy Wanderer - Australian native part shade, flower full sun - fence or wall

Caleana major, the Flying Duck Orchid, is a small orchid found in eastern and southern Australia. In 1986 this orchid was featured on an Australian postage stamp.

The striking Butterfly-Spider Orchid (Arachnorchis lobata; Formerly: Caldenia lobata) - Stirling Ranges, Western Australia. Captivating and seductive, these stunning macro-photos show the orchid flowers as they charm the animals around them - as featured in the September issue of Austrlalian Geographic.- Picture: Australian Geographic/ Esther Beaton- Australian Geographic | 50 shades of orchid

Australian Geographic | 50 shades of orchid

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Native SW Australian Pea Flower, Western flats of Stirling Range National Park, Western Australia | Laura West