Mint Bush Flowers
Family Lamiaceae
Prostanthera Rotundifolia
Australian Native Flora

Prostanthera about 90 species which occur only in Australia.
Related to herbs such as mint, thyme, oregano and sage.

Featured In: Australian Women Photography 01/Jan/2013

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Photo taken in Melbourne- Australia
Canon EOS400D, Tamron Macro Lens 90mm
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exposure 1/500 f/ 7.1 iso 100
I use natural and reflected daylight.

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Photo taken 19th December, 2013

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  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watson9 months ago

  • I would like to wish everyone a very Happy and Safe Christmas.
    May Your Wishes Come True.

    – Joy Watson

  • Dorothy  Pinder
    Dorothy Pinder9 months ago

    Very beautiful capture, Joy. Great light!

  • Many thanks Dorothy

    – Joy Watson

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Trupp9 months ago

    Very nice work

  • Thanks Larry.

    – Joy Watson

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...9 months ago

    I’ve not seen this flower before and so can’t help with the ID, but it is definitely a delicate and fragile-looking bloom. Wonderful light and bokeh background!

  • Thanks so much Celeste. I think it is in the Prostanthera family. Its an Australian Native Shrub.

    – Joy Watson

  • Randy Turnbow
    Randy Turnbow9 months ago

    Nice image, thanks for submitting! Click the banner to see the gallery.

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  • Thanks Randy.

    – Joy Watson

  • Fred Mitchell
    Fred Mitchell9 months ago

    Cannot give any help, but it looks interesting.

  • After a bit of a search in google I think it is in the Prostanthera family. Its an Australian Native Shrub.

    – Joy Watson

  • kalaryder
    kalaryder9 months ago

    Lovely shot

    These could be either one of the Prostanthera or Eremophila; but that might help you to start the search :)

  • Many thanks. I will look on google and see what I can find out.

    – Joy Watson

  • Ana Belaj
    Ana Belaj9 months ago

    Beautiful and delicate!

  • Thanks Ana

    – Joy Watson

  • Lynn Gedeon
    Lynn Gedeon9 months ago

    What a lovely and feminine flower, Joy! Well captured!

  • Thanks Lynn

    – Joy Watson

  • Kathilee
    Kathilee9 months ago

    Very pretty Joy!

  • Thanks Kathilee

    – Joy Watson

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