tiny little flowers at Lerderderg State Park

Take the time to look and you’ll notice plenty of lovely tiny little flowers at Lerderderg State Park. Funny name but a good place for easy hikes to soak up some nature just a short drive northeast from Melbourne.

These photos were taken on the walk from Mackenzies Flat Picnic Area via Grahams Dam to the Spur Track turnoff. The plants with strange red bubble seeds or whatever they are were also growing in pink, orange and whitish varieties. My favourite is the creeper with feather seedpods – so delicate and ingenious.

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2 Responses to “tiny little flowers at Lerderderg State Park”


  1. 1 Reuben Pruett November 16, 2016 at 4:28 pm

    The creeper with feather seedpods – so delicate and ingenious I found growing along the road here in Washington State US.
    I don’t know what they are?
    I found another photo online from BC Canada above me.
    Might you know what they are?
    I’m trying hard to find the Identity of this plant but only run into a couple pictures.
    Can anybody help?


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