Six weeks into my spring wildflower watch and I am still finding new delights in the old Queenstown Cemetery.
It is tiny, green spears in the background are grass blades.
Once again I have no idea what it is. My nasty suspicious mind wonders if it is a weed, but it is pretty in any case.
As always there are zillions of sundews busy munching small insects.
The bright sunny day lit up this Button Everlasting beautifully, I think this one is Coronidium scorpioides
The bright sun made it a little hard shooting this spray of Spotted Sun Orchids.
But it got their petals glistening beautifully.
Speaking of glisten, the petals of this Twining Fringe Lily look as if a fairy has dusted them.
I also like this piccie as it shows how it gets the name ‘twining’ again it is minute, those are dry grass stems it is twined around.