Helichrysum argyrophyllum

+600 species of Helichrysum occurring worldwide.~244 found in southern Africa. Helichrysum is derived from the Greek "helios" ~sun and "chrysos" ~gold, referring to the colour of many of the flowers of species in this genus. Info from.. SA National Biodiversity Institute Dunedin Botanic Garden ~rock garden. New Zealand. 07 May 2022. Text and photos by... Continue Reading →

Pink | Dunedin Botanic

PINK from Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand ~07 May 2022. Two Penstemon photos and two Correa photos ~Correa is a genus of eleven species of flowering plants in the family Rutaceae that are endemic to Australia.

Information and Inspiration

~are benefits of an excellent Botanic Garden! Whenever we're in Dunedin we stay near the Botanic Garden and spend as much time there as we can. These are four photos I shared on Twitter recently for a Botanic Gardens appreciation theme, showing they're much valued by Nigel for information and inspiration in his work as... Continue Reading →

Crinkly-edged Leaves

Walking through the native area at Dunedin Botanic Garden on 04 April, I stopped and stared when I saw these Olearia leaves. They're so lovely and crinkly, and remind me of crinkle-cut fries! I'm not sure which species of Olearia.. paniculata, albida, angulata ??? ~they all look much the same to me 😀 New Zealand.... Continue Reading →

Ranfurly Wrap Up

These are the last photos from Ranfurly, taken during a wander around streets of the town while I was filling in time. They were taken 12/13 March which is early autumn here in New Zealand. Ranfurly is a town in Central Otago.

Blue Two

Dichroa febrifuga (syn. Dichroa versicolor) ~Hydrangeaceae. More pics from our visit to Dunedin Botanic Garden on 07 March, early autumn in New Zealand. This continues yesterday’s post: A Feeling for the Blues

A Feeling for the Blues

Can't remember coming across this plant before but it's so lovely! We were walking a path in Dunedin Botanic Garden when I saw masses of little blue flowers up a side path and in the afternoon light it all looked so pretty. Seems perfect the way they're planted here.. either side of the path so... Continue Reading →

The Art of Love

In need of spiritual and mental refreshment today I searched Bishop Jake's blog for "life is messy" knowing I'd get results to go with photos I'd already selected; the two photos below were taken at Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand on 07 May 2022.

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