Tea tree oil's incredibly potent topical anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties are the reason I chose it for this selection. #health #LaMav #organichealth Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jim-sf/3973422590/in/photostream

Tea tree oil's incredibly potent topical anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties are the reason I chose it for this selection. #health #LaMav #organichealth Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jim-sf/3973422590/in/photostream

Aquilegia vulgaris 'Clementine Red'. European columbine = akelei

Aquilegia vulgaris 'Clementine Red'. European columbine = akelei

New Zealand Tea-tree [Leptospermum scoparium; Family: Myrtaceae] - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

New Zealand Tea-tree [Leptospermum scoparium; Family: Myrtaceae] - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Eucryphia lucida, commonly known as Leatherwood is a species of trees or large shrubs endemic to forests of Western Tasmania. It is widespread and common in moister forests in Tasmania, occuring mainly across the western parts of the state, from the northwest in such places as the Tarkine and through the south west wilderness

Eucryphia lucida, commonly known as Leatherwood is a species of trees or large shrubs endemic to forests of Western Tasmania. It is widespread and common in moister forests in Tasmania, occuring mainly across the western parts of the state, from the northwest in such places as the Tarkine and through the south west wilderness

Thelymitra ixiodes, known as the Spotted Sun Orchid is a common plant in eastern and southern Australia. It grows in eucalyptus woodland or heathland

Thelymitra ixiodes, known as the Spotted Sun Orchid is a common plant in eastern and southern Australia. It grows in eucalyptus woodland or heathland


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Thelymitra ixiodes, known as the Spotted Sun Orchid is a common plant in eastern and southern Australia. It grows in eucalyptus woodland or heathland

Thelymitra ixiodes, known as the Spotted Sun Orchid is a common plant in eastern and southern Australia. It grows in eucalyptus woodland or heathland

Epacris obtusifolia is a common plant from the heath family. The Blunt-leaf Heath grows in swampy areas and heathland in eastern Australia. It is usually seen growing less than a metre tall. Flowers form any time of the year, but are mostly seen between July and January

Epacris obtusifolia is a common plant from the heath family. The Blunt-leaf Heath grows in swampy areas and heathland in eastern Australia. It is usually seen growing less than a metre tall. Flowers form any time of the year, but are mostly seen between July and January

Aotus ericoides, also known as Common Aotus, is a shrub in the family Fabaceae. It is endemic to eastern Australia. From late winter into spring it produces yellow pea flowers with a red-orange band around a yellow centre and bright yellow wings and keel. It occurs in heathland and dry sclerophyll forests in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania

Aotus ericoides, also known as Common Aotus, is a shrub in the family Fabaceae. It is endemic to eastern Australia. From late winter into spring it produces yellow pea flowers with a red-orange band around a yellow centre and bright yellow wings and keel. It occurs in heathland and dry sclerophyll forests in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania

New England Aster (Aster novae-angliae) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae) • Habitat: damp thickets and meadows • Height: 3-7 feet • Flower size: flowerheads around 1-1/2 inches across • Flower color: purple rays around a yellow disk • Flowering time: August to October  • Photo by Doug Colter

New England Aster (Aster novae-angliae) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae) • Habitat: damp thickets and meadows • Height: 3-7 feet • Flower size: flowerheads around 1-1/2 inches across • Flower color: purple rays around a yellow disk • Flowering time: August to October • Photo by Doug Colter

Heath Aster (Aster ericoides) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae)  • Habitat: dry open sites • Height: 1-3 feet • Flower size: flowerheads around 1/2 inch across • Flower color: white or pinkish ray flowers around a yellow to reddish disk • Flowering time: July to October • A good marker for heath aster is the bracts beneath the flower heads. They have fairly blunt points, and spread out from the base • Photo by Doug Colter

Heath Aster (Aster ericoides) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae) • Habitat: dry open sites • Height: 1-3 feet • Flower size: flowerheads around 1/2 inch across • Flower color: white or pinkish ray flowers around a yellow to reddish disk • Flowering time: July to October • A good marker for heath aster is the bracts beneath the flower heads. They have fairly blunt points, and spread out from the base • Photo by Doug Colter

White wood aster (Aster divaricatus) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae) • Habitat: dry woods • Height: 1-3 feet • Flower size: flowerheads 3/4 to 1 inch across • Flower color: white rays; center starts yellow then ages to reddish purple • Flowering time: August to October • Photo by Doug Colter

White wood aster (Aster divaricatus) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae) • Habitat: dry woods • Height: 1-3 feet • Flower size: flowerheads 3/4 to 1 inch across • Flower color: white rays; center starts yellow then ages to reddish purple • Flowering time: August to October • Photo by Doug Colter

Heath Aster (Aster ericoides) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae) • Habitat: dry open sites • Height: 1-3 feet • Flower size: flowerheads around 1/2 inch across • Flower color: white or pinkish ray flowers around a yellow to reddish disk • Flowering time: July to October • A good marker for heath aster is the bracts beneath the flower heads. They have fairly blunt points, and spread out from the base • Photo by Doug Colter

Heath Aster (Aster ericoides) • Family: Aster (Asteraceae) • Habitat: dry open sites • Height: 1-3 feet • Flower size: flowerheads around 1/2 inch across • Flower color: white or pinkish ray flowers around a yellow to reddish disk • Flowering time: July to October • A good marker for heath aster is the bracts beneath the flower heads. They have fairly blunt points, and spread out from the base • Photo by Doug Colter

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