Our tour bus left Hyden (WA) and continued travelling east towards the drier lands of the interior. At first we drove through beautiful green wheat fields but after many miles the vegetation changed into scrubby bushland dotted with colourful wild flowers. The passengers were getting excited as this is what they came to see.
We had a great tour guide and driver. They tried very hard to find places to stop on the side of the road where we could hop out and go wild taking photos of the wild flowers.
As I have mentioned before I am not good at naming plants. I only have a limited text to help me and I have decided just to use the common names not the botanical names as I could easily be wrong. Some I can't find in my little book but there are talented gardeners out there like Bernie from "Bush Bernie's Blog" who might be able to help me out or Xavi from Spain, who is a botanist. Anyway I hope you enjoy the flowers with or without names.
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There were too many to put into one post so you will be seeing more.
Every now and then we passed a clump of trees with multiple trunks.