Edenhope’s Hidden Treasure: wildflowers at the old cricket ground

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A friend and fellow wildflower-hunter recently reminded me to check the old cricket grounds at Edenhope to see what was on show, so I headed down for a look with another friend and her dogs. I was pleased to find plenty of flowering bush peas (top left), an abundance of golden moths orchid (Diuris basaltica – top centre and bottom left), milk maids (Burchardia umbellata – centre left), twining fringe-lily (Thysanotus patersonii – bottom right), plus plenty of cape tulip (a pretty, prolific weed).


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