Patersonia umbrosa var xanthina   Yellow Flags

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Common only in the far south west corner of Australia, this species has several varieties which were conveniently labelled for visitors at this site. The Patersonia genus is named after the first Lieutenant Governor of New South Wales, Colonel William Patterson (1755 to 1810). He was a friend of the famous botanist Sir Joseph Banks and would send specimens to him.

Patersonia umbrosa var xanthina

Patersonia umbrosa var xanthina Yellow Flags

Near Karri Valley, Western Australia 20th August 2007

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Patersonia umbrosa var xanthina Yellow Flags

Beedlup National Park near Karri Valley, Western Australia 20th August 2007

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