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Our current range of 16 Greeting Cards

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The numbered cards feature the following subjects:

1 Splendid Fairy-wrens.

2 Splendid Fairy-wrens with Cutleaf Hibbertia, Hibbertia cuneiformis (Dilleniaceae); Twining Milkwort, Comesperma ciliatum (Polygalaceae); Australian Bluebell, Billardiera fusiformis (Pittosporaceae); Paper Heath, Sphenotoma capitata (Ericaceae); and 5 Blue Squill, Chamaescilla corymbosa (Asparagaceae).

3 Red-winged Fairy-wren with Christmas Leek Orchid, Prasophyllum brownii (Orchidaceae); Billardiera variifolia (Pittosporaceae); Summer Starflower, Calytrix flavescens (Myrtaceae); and Blue Laceflower, Trachymene coerulea (Araliaceae).

4 Firetail Finches with Kings Park Bottlebrush.

5 Red-tailed Black Cockatoo feathers, female on left and male on right.

6 Western Rosella with Coral Vine, Kennedia coccinea (Fabaceae); Pink Fairy Orchid, Caladenia latifolia (Orchidaceae); Mosquito Orchid, Cyrtostylis huegelii (Orchidaceae); Flame Pea, Chorizema cordatum (Fabaceae); and Jarrah, Eucalyptus marginata (Myrtaceae).

7 Southwest Wildflowers (November): Scented Sun orchid, Thelymitra macrophylla (Orchidaceae); White Candles, Stackhousia monogyna (Celastraceae); Blue Leschenaultia, Lechenaultia biloba (Goodeniaceae); Autumn Scrub Daisy, Olearia paucidentata (Asteraceae); Yellow-eyed Flame pea, Chorizema rhombeum (Fabaceae); Blue Grass Lily, Agrostocrinum hirsutum (Hemerocallidaceae); Common Dampiera, Dampiera linearis (Goodeniaceae); Wedding Bush, Ricinocarpos glaucus (Euphorbiaceae); and Bunjong, Pimelea spectabilis (Thymelaeaceae).

8 Plants of Coast and Karri: Cut-leaf hibbertia or buttercup, Hibbertia cuneiformis (Dilleniaceae); Winged boronia, Boronia alata (Rutaceae); Wild clematis, Travellers’ joy, Clematis pubescens (Ranunculaceae); Native wisteria, wild sarsaparilla, Hardenbergia comptoniana (Fabaceae); and Coral vine, Kennedia coccinea (Fabaceae).

9 Bull Banksia, Banksia grandis (Proteaceae).

10 Orchids of late spring and summer (Orchidaceae): Leopard Orchid, Chestnut Sun Orchid, Thelymitra fuscolutea; Scented Sun Orchid, Thelymitra macrophylla; Purple Enamel Orchid, Elythranthera brunonis; Christmas Leek Orchid, Prasophyllum brownii; Slipper Orchid, Cryptostylis ovata; and Leafless Orchid, Praecoxanthus aphyllus.

11 Eucalypts of the Capes (Myrtaceae): Marri, Corymbia calophylla; Jarrah, Eucalyptus marginata; Karri, Eucalyptus diversicolor; Bullich, Eucalyptus megacarpa; Yate, Eucalyptus cornuta; Blackbutt, Eucalyptus patens; Hamelin Bay Mallee, Eucalyptus calcicola; and Tuart, Eucalyptus gomphocephala.

12 Fungi: Leucocoprinus sp.; Yellow Belly Buttons, Lichenomphalia chromacea; Amanita umbrinella; Scarlet Bracket Fungus, Pycnoporus coccineus;Phellodon sp., Ridge-Stemmed Bolete, Austroboletus occidentalis; Tapinella panuoides; Psathyrella asperospora; Russula clelandii (twice); Pink Chantarelle, Cantharellus concinnus; Archer’s Cortinar or Emperor Cortinar, Cortinarius archeri; an earthstar, Geastrum javanicum; a slime mould, Lycogala epidendrum; and Pink-spored Grisette, Volvopluteus gloiocephalus.

13 Fly Agaric or Fly Amanita, Amanita muscaria.

14 Archer’s Cortinar or Emperor Cortinar, Cortinarius archeri, with Holly-leaved Hovea, Hovea chorizemifolia.

15 Shells of the Southwest. Download a key to the shells’ names from http://capetocape.8m.com/Shells/Shells.htm

16 The geese at Cape Mentelle enjoying premium Cabernet grapes.

We supply each card with an envelope. Each folded card carries an illustration by Margaret River artist Patricia Negus. The inside of each card is blank.

Unfolded, each card measures 150 x 210 mm. The folded dimension of a card is 150 x 105 mm.


Last updated on Saturday, 8 October, 2016

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