Native Bunch Greeting Card
The distinctive shapes and textures of Australia’s native flora are often spectacular and stunning in a floral arrangement.
This bunch of native beauties includes blue gum blossoms, billy buttons, flannel flowers, wax flowers, kangaroo paws, grevillea and banksias.
Billy Buttons & Blue-banded Bees Greeting Card
Commonly known as billy buttons or wooly heads, these stunning golden globes are a part of the daisy family.
They are visited by many insects, like these beautiful native blue-banded bees, Amegilla cingulate with their metallic turquoise blue bands to collect their rich pollen.
The Scarlet Robin Petroica boodang is a common red-breasted passerine found across Australia.
The vivid plumage of this male is reflected in the Banksia coccinea bloom it is perched upon. Also known as the scarlet banksia, its flowers attract nectar and insect-feeding birds.
Waratah Greeting Card
Perhaps the most recognised Australian native flower, the waratah is one of our most spectacular blooms.
Its botanical name Telopea speciosissima comes from the Greek work ‘telepos’ meaning ‘seen from afar’ and speciossima is derived from the Latin adjective ‘speciosus’, meaning ‘beautiful’.
Whilst the name ‘Waratah’ comes from the Eora people, the original inhabitants of the Sydney area, meaning ‘red