wreath flower lechenaultia macrantha

After leaving Geraldton it was back onto the wild flower trail and so we headed inland to Mullewa the homeland of the wreath flower. I had seen pictures and heard so much about how beautiful it was, I was determined to find one.

Mullewa had spectacular carpets of the ever lastings and also found a tiny, perfect green hooded orchid, but no wreath flower. So next day it was “on on”. We finally found them on the roadside on the way to Canna. Unfortunately they were past their best and the ones we found were not very big so I was a bit disapointed. Maybe it is not a very good year for them or maybe I was looking in the wrong place. Maybe I will have to come back again…

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