Kings Park in November

blue-devils

We went for a walk through the bushland of Kings Park recently.The wildflowers are becoming less noticeable as the summer approaches, but there are still plenty of interesting ones waiting to be discovered. We spotted some Blue Devils (above) and Pixie Mops (below).

pixie-mops

There was some Slender Lobelia hiding in the undergrowth.

slender-lobelia

And plenty of Waitzia suaveolens (no common name that we are aware of), which looks rather similar to the Everlastings that were in flower a few months back.

waitzia-suaveolens

The Wedding Bush was covered in white flowers.

wedding-bush

And Hackett’s Hopbush was covered in colourful seed pods.

hacketts-hopbush

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