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Hakea lehmaniana by LouJay

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Tipped off by a friend, we made a visit to a small local flora reserve – Pingeculling reserve. There there is a variety of heath and gravel/laterite flora, and a very substantial population of this hakea. Blue! Anyone with familiarity with the genus Hakea, would know that they range from cream and soft yellow, through to pinks, coral and rich red. Blue is very odd – and my first time seeing and photographing these unusually coloured beauties. And believe me, they are not cuddly….Ouch!

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australian wildflower, blue, hakea, protaceae, spike

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  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous, please add to Protaceae Family Group

  • Poor loves – not as showy as some other Hakea species…but the blue is very unusual, and a whole thicket is fabulous! I have added to Proteaceae group. Cheers!

    – LouJay

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 4 years ago

  • Thank you for featuring this work in Proteacea Family group!, what an honour!

    – LouJay

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