Merry Christmas from Cradle Mountain


All native, in the wild, in situ, from high in Cradle Mountain, Tasmania – natural Christmas decorations for you.  The main red flower is a Waratah.  The red berries are called Red Berries.  I can’t find anyone who can name the white flowers, but they are otherwise not forgotten. Enjoy the the Solstice, Holidays, New Year and may all your Christmases be bright, native, wild, and in situ.

4 thoughts on “Merry Christmas from Cradle Mountain

  1. The white flower is, I think, wax flower-Chamelaucium. Part of the myrtle family. Beautiful !

    1. Thanks Shelley. I am enjoying the fact that I know where you live now! Wonderful place. Full of great memories for me. All the best for the New Year.

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