Sunday, March 24, 2013

Wattle It Be ... The Year In Photographs ... March 24, 2013

It's time for Wattle blooms once again here in the north-east.

The Acacia simsii is blooming out in the surrounding bushland.  They usually bloom in early Autumn, which is March here in Oz.

It's a rather scraggly looking bush, but those fabulous little golden puffs make up for the general untidiness of its growth.


  1. G'Day Bernie. Wattle is such a fantastic cheery bloom isn't it

  2. Lovely blooms, the yellow is a cheery color. Have a happy Day!

  3. Great little puffy balls of yellow, they make one feel happy. I've just started adding more yellow to my gardens.

    Happy Autumn to you ~ FlowerLady

  4. I love acacia! I was totally amazed at the wattle trees when I came to Oz. We pay a nice price for that stuff in the flower shops but it still is one of my favorites. Mist, fog, and 50F here.

  5. I love the vibrant yellow of the acacia flowers. Are they scented as well?

    Happy autumn to you!

  6. Oh I love those tiny little blooms. Now they do make you think fall.


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