☼ Sunshine Dreaming ☼

☼ Sunshine Dreaming ☼

Australia / Macramé making, nature loving mum of 2, pinning away my fave finds :)
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Epacris longiflora

Epacris longiflora

Isopogon anethifolius - Narrow-leafed Drumsticks

Isopogon anethifolius - Narrow-leafed Drumsticks

stacierocks.blogspot.com.au 2012 07 citrine-citrine-citrinethe-real-thing.html

stacierocks.blogspot.com.au 2012 07 citrine-citrine-citrinethe-real-thing.html

stacierocks.blogspot.com.au 2012 07 citrine-citrine-citrinethe-real-thing.html

stacierocks.blogspot.com.au 2012 07 citrine-citrine-citrinethe-real-thing.html

Citrine Quartz - Natural vs Heat Treated

Citrine Quartz - Natural vs Heat Treated

Eryngium Blue Sea Holly or Sapphire Blue: tolerate stress and provide long lasting impact.  thrives in warmer, dry regions, versatile

Eryngium Blue Sea Holly or Sapphire Blue: tolerate stress and provide long lasting impact. thrives in warmer, dry regions, versatile

Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' [ Common Name: Kangaroo-Paw]; Family: Haemodoraceae where can these plants be found.

Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' [ Common Name: Kangaroo-Paw]; Family: Haemodoraceae where can these plants be found.

Acacia genistifolia is a small to medium Australian native shrub with narrow, pointed foliage. Fluffy, cream to pale yellow flowers are produced in late Summer to Spring.

Acacia genistifolia is a small to medium Australian native shrub with narrow, pointed foliage. Fluffy, cream to pale yellow flowers are produced in late Summer to Spring.

Native Finger Lime Pink Ice (microcitrus australasica). Like citrus caviar, this native Australian finger lime is packed with translucent pink vescules, bursting with flavour. The slender fruit can reach 12 cm, sheathed in a dark magenta skin. An understory native shrub that grows best in dappled light. The tangy pink vescules separate without splitting, making a uniquely decorative garnish, or float them in gin for a summer treat!

Native Finger Lime Pink Ice (microcitrus australasica). Like citrus caviar, this native Australian finger lime is packed with translucent pink vescules, bursting with flavour. The slender fruit can reach 12 cm, sheathed in a dark magenta skin. An understory native shrub that grows best in dappled light. The tangy pink vescules separate without splitting, making a uniquely decorative garnish, or float them in gin for a summer treat!