iSPY Native Wildflowers
iSPY native wildflowers
** The photo challenge is currently closed for submissions, but stay tuned for when we'll open up the challenge again **
What you may be seeing in the paddocks
Keep your eye out for orchids, orchids, lilies and native peas. Below are a few threatened species you might be lucky to come across.
- Small Purple-pea - A small perennial herb, which, when flowering, can grow to 30 cm tall. The leaves are almost hairless and divided into up to six pairs of 10 mm long, very narrow leaflets, each with a pointed tip. There is also a single leaflet at the end of each divided leaf.
Click to download a photographic guide of what we’re hoping to see more of!
Unsure of what you’ve found? Snap a pic and send it to us via the link below and we’ll help you ID it.
Things to remember
- Don’t pick the wildflowers! Snap a photo instead and help us preserve these wonderful flowers
- Don’t trespass in order to get ‘the’ shot
- Respect biosecurity by watching where you step and ensure your shoes are clean
- Be conscious that not all wildflowers have bloomed yet, so keep an eye out for new shoots
Allan Wray – firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported by Central Tablelands Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Program.
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