Kings Park in September

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The Kings Park Festival ends on 30 September, but of course there are still plenty of wildflowers to be seen beside the walking trails through the park’s bushland. In the past few weeks we have seen lots of Donkey Orchids (above) and a few Spider Orchids (below), plus both Cowslip Orchids and Pink Fairy Orchids.

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The Grasstrees are just coming into flower, with their long spear-like flower head.

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There are heaps of milky white Milkmaids.

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Plus patches of Morning Iris scattered through the undergrowth.

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And the amusingly named Prince-of-Wales Feather is so common that you might mistake it for a weed (which it isn’t).

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