Curtain raiser

The always reliable Spreading Wattle has been flowering for months now, but the real wattle season is yet to come. A sign that it’s on the way: Woolly Wattle (Acacia lanigera) is well and truly in flower in the south end of the Diggings Park. Since we’ve had a modicum of rain, we might yet see a great wattle season in the next month or so…

Woolly Wattle, Wewak Track June 2018. Wattle blossom is one of the highlights of a bush winter.

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