The spectacular wildflowers of the Great Western Woodlands
Spectacular Eremophila flowers on the sandplains of Great Western Woodlands. Photo Amanda Keesing
Looks like it’s going to be an early, strong flowering in the sandplains of the Great Western Woodlands, with many Verticordias and Grevilleas and this Eremophila already putting on a beautiful show. ‘Landscope’ (Spring 2012, Vol. 28 (1)) has a good article by botanist Andrew Brown about ‘The spectacular wildflowers of the Great Western Woodlands’. If you’re thinking of a spring drive through the GWW, you’ll find Andrew’s article an enjoyable introduction to the wonderful array of Eremophilas, orchids and native lilies, including where to find them.