Prickle Lily (Acanthocarpus preissii) has finished flowering for this year, since its official flowering season is April-May. However the yellow-green fruit, which are now very noticeable on this native plant, are almost as interesting as the flowers were.
We noticed this Native Wisteria (Hardenbergia comptoniana) flowering in Bold Park recently. It grows around the West Australian coast from about Gerladton to Albany, and you will find it growing in woodlands and native gardens in many parts of Perth. This leafy creeper has its distinctive purple flowers with green “eyes” from about July to October.
Basket Bush (Spyridium globulosum) has recently started to come into flower. The shrubby bush has been covered in buds for months now, and you have to look quite closely to see the tiny open flowers.