Photos of Pangarinda Arboretum, Wellington, South Australia part 10
Australian native plants display an amazing variety of colours and shapes. One of our favourite gardens we like to visit on a regular basis is the Pangarinda arboretum at Wellington on the River Murray in South Australia. It is only a half hour drive from our home so we are frequent visitors.
This huge collection of Australian native plants has been planted and is maintained by an enthusiastic group of local people on land provided by the local council. It is open to the public every day at all hours through an unlocked gate. Note: please shut the gate after walking or driving through. This is to keep the local rabbit population out, which helps the plants to thrive.
Over recent days I have been showcasing photos of flowers taken on my most recent visit a few weeks ago. I’ll show more over the coming days.