Blue Squill

Blue Squill 1

At a quick glance, you might mistake this flower for the Morning Iris in the previous entry on this blog. But it is actually a different plant altogether – for example, the leaves are completely different. This one is the oddly named Blue Squill (Chamaescilla corymbosa). It is native to the southwest of Western Australia, and is in flower at present at Lesmurdie Falls National Park.

Blue Squill 2

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