Fringed Lilly - Thysanothus manglesianus by Karen Stackpole

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The native fringe lily (Thysanotus multiflorus) is a beautiful Australian native featuring
masses of bright, mauve-purple flowers on tall stems above tufted foliage. It prefers
a dry climate with low humidity that mirrors its habitat in Western Australia. Fringe
Lily are perfect for pots and are also suited for garden use.

This one, found growing wild in the bushland south west of Albany, at Caruso Beach, Western Australia, January 2011. Flowers through spring & summer.
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  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsover 3 years ago

    this is gorgeous Karen. It’s perfectly named, the little fringes look like cloth. How I wish I could see a flower like this!

  • Thanks Vicki. It is a beautiful, and pretty flower

    – Karen Stackpole

  • Digitalbcon
    Digitalbconover 3 years ago

    Congratulations Karen and thank you for your wonderful support for Wildflowers of the World!

  • Thank you for this wonderful honour

    – Karen Stackpole

  • Meg Hart
    Meg Hartover 2 years ago

    Beautiful, Karen! One of my favourite natives. :)

  • Hi Meg, mine too, thanks so much for the comment

    – Karen Stackpole

  • PtoVallartaMex
    PtoVallartaMexabout 2 years ago

    Just beautiful!

  • Thanks so much xx

    – Karen Stackpole

  • Sushikant S.
    Sushikant S.over 1 year ago


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