Sunday, 13 December 2020

Fringe Lily

Common Fringe Lily Thysanotus tuberosus. New South Wales. Australia. Photo by Loire Valley Time Travel.

This striking plant is a Common Fringe Lily Thysanotus tuberosus, found growing in the grass in dry sclerophyll woodland and coastal heath in south-east Australia. The three petals are fringed with 'hairs'.


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chm said...

As you say, striking flower, and excellent photo.

Le Pré de la Forge said...

Now that's pretty!

Susan said...

I love them.

Susan said...

They are a lovely colour.

Carolyn said...

Everything about this flower is fantastically lovely.

Susan said...

Yes, they are really beautiful.

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