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Olearia archeri flower,  Lanceleaf daisybush

Hello viewers, welcome to this new website. Feel free to comment on any thing you see, like or dislike, in a polite manner.

If you have any high quality, high resolution (>1200 x 900 pixels) clear focus photographs of Tasmanian endemic or indigenous plant species which you would like to submit for addition to this website, please reply so that we can correspond and possibly use your photo(s). They should be identified with species name and location of where the photo was taken, plus you first name or initial and surname so that you can be credited for use of your photo if it is used on this website. Your photos will not be shared with any other person or website without your permission.

Thank you for your interest, tasmanianflora Administration

4 thoughts on “Open for comment”

  1. What an awesome site!
    I love the way it is organised – with “filters” for seasons, endemic, etc. The presentation is beautiful, the information is easy to read and the photos are stunning.
    A great resource for Tasmanian enthusiasts and visitors to our wonderful state.

    1. Hello Andrew,
      Thank you for your kind comments. We really appreciate your feedback.
      It is a work in progress as you may have noted and we hope to have many more species added over the next year.
      Best regards, Bruce

  2. I have only just been told about this website…it is FANTASTIC! So easy to use and the range of photos for each plant is very useful.

    I will be a very regular visitor…. many thanks for putting it together and maintaining it!

    1. Hi Annie,
      Thank you for your kind words. We try to add a new species every 2 to 4 weeks and we put the new species on the home page slider when they are more common species. Currently we’re adding the last couple of endemic Acacias to the A-C page.
      So pleased you found us,
      best regards,

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