Flowers | Protea 'Fireworks' - Pincushion protea - native to South Africa

✯ Protea 'Fireworks' - Pincushion protea - native to South Africa Great accent flower for a few of the centerpieces

Clivia

Clivias are beautiful clumping plants with striking evergreen leaves with bold flower heads. Shade loving - plant en masse with ferns and tractor seat ligularia under the pohutakawa and totara

Pink and white Protea, bright pink Ginger flowers and yellow Spider Mums

Flowers of Butchart Gardens

Cape Buttercup

Cape Buttercup, Sparaxis elegans (Sweet) Goldblatt Family : Iridaceae Common names : Cape buttercup, spar axis, pale harlequin flower.

Cape sugarbird from South Africa. It seems like he would have trouble flying with such an outsize tail.

The Cape Sugarbird (Promerops cafer) is one of the six bird species endemic to the Fynbos biome of the Western Cape and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa. This photo was taken at the Slanghoek Mountain Resort, Western Cape, South Africa.

Namaqualand Daisies extend along South Africa’s western coast for nearly 1 000 kilometres, for only a short time every year. Photographs: Martin Heigan.

Namaqualand desert daisies' extend along South Africa’s western coast for nearly 1 000 kilometres, for only a short time every year.

FYNBOS of the Western Cape, South Africa. Home to the world’s richest floral kingdom. African Botanics

FYNBOS of the Western Cape, South Africa. Home to the world’s richest floral kingdom.

Decorating a protea – Prefering fynbos, aloe and protea covered hills, it’s no surprise to have found this malachite sunbird (Nectarinia famosa) feeding on a beautiful protea in the grounds of the Hugenot memorial in Franschoek, South Africa. - Dan MacKenzie | Redbubble

Decorating a Protea, Malachite Sunbird (Nectarinia famosa) South Africa

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