September 4 - 10, 2011: Issue 22

Australian Bush Flowers of Pittwater; links to Single Essences information with kind permission and courtesy of Australian Bush Flower Essences.

All Images except red grevillea By and Copyright A J Guesdon, 2011 and taken within the Pittwater Reserves late Winter to early Spring. More Pittwater Bushflowers 2011.

Above: Pink Spider Flower, Grevillea sericea, ABFE has information on the Grey Spider Flower, Grevillea buxifoliaBelow: Dagger Hakea, Hakea teretifolia.

 Above: Hibbertia, ABFE stocks Hibbertia pedunculata essence.

Above: Bottlebrush Callistemon and belong to the family Myrtaceae. Below: Coast Banksia, Banksia integrifolia, ABFE has an essence made from Old Man Banksia, Banksia serrata and Banksia Robur.

Below: Jacaranda, family Bignoniaceae. 

Above:  Wattle tree in bloom, ABFE has a Sunshine Wattle, Acacia terminalis, Essence. Below: Flannel Flower,  Actinotus helianthi.

Above:  'Prickly Moses' or Acacia ulicifolia. Below: Red Grevillea photo copyright by Ian White, 2011.

Above: Waratah, Telopea speciosissima, Telopea is derived from the Greek 'telopos', meaning 'seen from afar (refers to how bright red flowers are spotted in the bush), 'speciosissima is the superlative of the Latin adjective 'speciosus', meaning 'beautiful' or 'handsome'.  Below: Boronia, Boronia ledifolia

Above: Coastal She Oak, Casuarina family, ABFE She Oak is great for women. Below: Bush Fuchsia

Below: Slender Rice Flower,  Pimelea linifolia ssp. linifolia.

Above: Gymea LilyDoryanthes excelsa.

Bush Peas in Pittwater 

Top; probably Dillwynia and Pea, Base: possibly Gompholobium

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