(tales from the birdgirl)
September 8, 2014 § 5 Comments
As I’ve said before, Spring comes in waves of colour in South Australia.
After the wave of white comes …
Tagged: colours, native flowers, nature, South Australia, spring, yellow
Love those wattles!
Yes, they’re beautiful, aren’t they?
[…] Remember that wave of yellow? […]
[…] You can check out my other spring-colour posts here, here and […]
[…] are the different seasonal colours. Myself, I tend to think of July and August, in my own world, as the yellow months. So many of the native plants that flower at this time of the year have yellow blossoms: acacias, […]
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