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This miniscule flower pops up here and there on my bush block in Drummond, Upper Loddon Forest, Victoria, Australia, every Spring. Thanks to Elizabeth Donohue I now have a name for it: Early Nancy. (Wurmbea dioica. Liliaceae) . It is not much more than a centimetre in diameter.

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  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartover 5 years ago

    So pretty, exquisite flowers and great depth of field – you could look into adding this to some flower groups like Fabulous Flowers and All About Flowers.

  • Thanks G…! will..I did.

    – Meg Hart

  • WendyJC
    WendyJCover 5 years ago

    beautiful capture …
    wonderful blooms!

  • Thank you Wendy..I’m glad you like these tiny blooms.

    – Meg Hart

  • …and thank you so much for the unexpected favourite…As someone so new to this, I am honoured and delighted.

    – Meg Hart

  • chijude
    chijudeover 5 years ago

    This is a delightful shot. Keep shooting.!! Cheers

  • How kind…thanks for checking it out.

    – Meg Hart

  • nadine henley
    nadine henleyover 5 years ago

    no idea what it is, sorry – but it looks distinctive enough to be identifiable. Great macro capture with good depth of field!

  • Just realised I haven’t responded to your kind comments Nadine…Much appreciated.

    – Meg Hart

  • dozzam
    dozzamover 5 years ago

    What a great looking flower. Very pretty!

  • Thanks dozz….For such a tiny bloom it is indeed very attractive.and interesting.

    – Meg Hart

  • Kristina K
    Kristina Kover 5 years ago

    they are a wonderful native wild flower, i have hundreds of them, great macro, as i know how small these really are..:)) k

  • How interesting that you have so many…They are few and far between here….Thank you for looking and your kind comment Kristina.

    – Meg Hart

  • Susie Peek
    Susie Peekover 5 years ago

    Beautiful little flowers ~ can’t help you with the name but love their delicate beauty :)

  • Thank you…for such a tiny thing it does look exquisite in macro….Glad you checked in Susie.

    – Meg Hart

  • Pascal Inard
    Pascal Inardover 5 years ago

    Very nice !

  • I appreciate your comment apami.

    – Meg Hart

  • CapturedByKylie
    CapturedByKylieover 5 years ago

    This is a beautiful flower, maybe someone from the native plants group might be able to help you in identifying it?

  • I’m glad you like it Kylie….and thanks for the suggestion…I’ll have to ask around…(It would be easier than books – I don’t know where to start).

    – Meg Hart

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsover 5 years ago

    What a beauty. If you add this one to the Australian Native Plants group, I’m sure someone will recognize it.

  • Nice to meet you Michael… thanks for visiting and for the advice…Glad you like this little sweetie. It was one of my very first rb photos.

    – Meg Hart

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