Australia is home to some of the world’s most unique and curious botanical treasures.
These greeting cards showcase some of these native beauties.

Banksia Bower
Banksia Bower

Known as the Superb Fairy Wren for its stunning blue plumage, this little Australian feathered friend is striking in appearance and brings joy to those who glimpse its electric blue feathers as it flitters here and there. It has recently been voted Australia’s favourite bird.

This little male is perched amongBanksia serrata blossoms. A member of the Proteaceae family, it is also known as the Old Man Banksia — named after the naturalist Sir Joseph Banks, it was one of the original specimens he collected in Botany Bay on the first voyage to the Pacific on Captain Cook’s Endeavour in 1770.

$6.00 Add to cart
Honeyeater
Honeyeater

With its long sleek beak and even longer tongue, the New Holland Honeyeater feasts on its favourite food — nectar from the grevillea flower.

$6.00 Add to cart
Pardalote
Pardalote

The spotted pardalote Pardalotus punctatus is one of the tiniest Australian birds. It is also know as the peep-wren or diamond bird. It is rarely seen but often heard twittering high in the tops of gum trees.

 

This pardalote sits amidst the snow white blossom of the Eucalyptus cinerea or Argyle Apple favoured by florists around the world for its distinctive foliage.

$6.00 Add to cart
Scarlet Robin
Scarlet Robin

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.

 

$6.00 Add to cart