Tasmanian Blue Gum Botanische illustratie ~ Australian Geographic Magazine Issue…
Plate from The Botanical Magazine, Volume 1 (18th century). Author William Curtis (1746–1799)
Waratah flowers - I saw lots in the wild today, and even collected some seed! I had no idea they set a seed pod. So I'm hoping I can get some growing in Qld. I just love them!
E ficifolia 416 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist | Helen Fitzgerald
eucalypt. gum leaves, watercolour on paper Mango Frooty
Waratah Botanical Illustration ~ Australian Geographic Magazine Issue 130-0
Eucalyptus leaves - Helen Fitzgerald
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Eucalyptus macrocarpa Mottlecah artist: Samual Holden (1836-89) from: 'Magazine of Botany' (1849) by Joseph Paxton England Published as: Eucalyptus macrocarpa
Eucalyptus caesia. Wedding Invitation botanical drawings along the top and hanging down the side - Australia :)
Telopea speciosissima - Waratah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gert SELLHEIMAUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TRAVEL ASSOCIATION, Waratah, Australia
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Picturing Plants and Flowers - lots of great vintage botanical illustrations.
Eucalyptus microcorys or Tallow-wood Artist: Edward Minchen (1862-1913)
Red Flowering Gum | Flickr Brett & Donna Symons
E caesia 985 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist | Helen…
Spring is round the corner. Ornamental weeping gum with white trunk and large red flowers that are produced in spring. Flowers from a mature "Silver Princess".