ABOUT Western Australian Wildflowers Website
FLOWERS MARKETING WESTERN AUSTRALIA
This website is owned and produced by Ben Grummels. It is about:
- My appreciation of flowers in Perth and Western Australian wild flowers.
- My appreciation of the kind hospitality presented to my family by Sheengah Collins at Hyden and the fabulous wildflower tours she presented.
Yes you'll find beautiful wildflowers in Perth like those at Kings Park but the best are seen in their natural Western Australian outback environment. The photo below is of my son Jon among wild flowers at the Tropic of Capricorn on a camping trip back from Coral Bay to Perth.
Beautiful cultivated imported flowers can also be seen in Perth such as tulip flowers in Spring in the hills east of Perth at the Araluen Botanic Gardens.
By profession Ben has been a lab technician, head of high school science departments, 10 years owing and managing the largest watersports company in the Cook Islands on the island of Aitutaki, South Pacific.
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The photo above is of exotic red flowers I photographed in the jungle near our home in Thailand. See Map of Thailand.
Below is a photo of Australian red poppies which pop up naturally in my Trigg Beach backyard garden in Spring. The soil is very sandy. The lack of water retaining clay means it's very difficult to grow vegetables but the flowers grow well.
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WILDFLOWER LAW
Keep in mind that while growing and picking cultivated wildflowers on private property is legal, it is ILLEGAL to pick or export natural wildflowers in Western Australia from any other place than private property. This includes Western Australian outback wild flowers and wildflower hotspots like Kings Park Botanical Gardens and near Wave Rock.