Flannel Flower & River Lily

Flannel Flower & River Lily


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The Flannel FlowerActinotus helianthi it was the NSW emblem for the Centenary of Federation. It is a delicate & beautiful wildflower named because of the soft with soft ‘flannel-like’ flower petals.

The tall stalks of the River Lily – Crinum pedunculatum – open in delicate sprays of spider like flowers – these are a favourite of mine and end up dropping large seed pods that look mushroom like and sprout new plants.

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Flannel Flowers – River Lily inspirations

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