Spring means flowers, so here’s some of our favourites that we’ve snapped as we’ve been out and about. We’d love to see what’s blooming where you are, so grab your camera, click away, and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your first name and location, and we’ll add it to the page.
Purple wisteria graces a fence. Spring in the Currumbin Valley – Kerry
Pink and yellow pansies bloom in my Spring garden, Northern NSW – Kerry
The fragrance of Paperwhite and Erlicheer jonquils herald Spring in my garden, Northern NSW – Kerry.
Organic Veggie heaven at Currumbin Valley Harvest, Spring 2016. A heavenly place to visit for fresh produce and morning tea by a creek. Open weekend mornings.
Dianella (flax lilies) flower in profusion outside the Three Figs Cafe, Currumbin Valley. Spring 2016 – Kerry
Lit by the sun, a Golden Trumpet Tree glows against the dark backdrop of Eucalyptus forest, Currumbin Valley, Spring – Kerry
larkspurs in the side garden – Margarete, Caloundra
Foxgloves blooming in our front garden – Margarete, Caloundra
Trumpet vine smothers a fence at the RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane – Katy
Cornflowers in the field. Anna
Jo – Aspley. In spring, our garden is full of grevillias and the rainbow lorikeets that come to feast on them.
Spring flowers – Meredith, Toowoomba
Daffodils – Anna, Japan in the spring
Cherry Blossoms – taken by Anna during spring in Hiroshima, Japan.
Yesterday today tomorrow blooming in the front garden. (Jo, Aspley)