A photo gallery of unique and stunning Kimberley wildflowers .. capparis umbonata, cleome, gorgeous wild hibiscus and beautiful grevilleas. Some images kindly supplied by Helen Hamlett. I think many people do not realise the unique and diverse range of wildflowers that bloom in the Kimberley all year round. More wildflower images can be found on our sister site, Kimberley Photos.
A recent addition to our Gallery the beautiful Fringed Lily (Thysanotus chinensis) kindly donated by Ross Barnett, photographed at the Mitchell Plateau area near the Drysdale River Station. The Fringed Lily flowers from April to October.
And my newest additions, the beautiful “Gomphrena flaccida”, more commonly known as the Batchelor Button and the golden, “Senna Costata” and “Crotalaria novae-hollandae”.
I hope you enjoy this collection! Click on the thumbnails for a larger view. Click on the sides of the images for navigation.