The Western Australian wildflowers are a major tourist attraction each Spring.
While there is a great variety and many different blooms are there to be seen, by far the most spectacular are the Everlastings. A Paper Daisy, this flower, in its pink and white varieties can cover all the eye can see for many kilometres.
Here is a couple of small examples of that experience from my Kings Park walk.
Yes, those tall flowers in the first image are Kangaroo Paws, scattered through the field and those little yellow flowers at the base are yet another type of wildflower. I don’t know that one! 🙂
The Everlastings come in varying shades of pink,
Some double-hued pink and white,
To a pure white.
All with delightful yellow centres which echo the small sunny flowers which are often found as an understory.