Mitcham. Yellow Spider Lily or Lycoris aurea a native of China and Japan. An unusual garden bulb. Noted for its long stamens


Related Images

Urrbrae Adelaide. Urrbrae House built in early Edwardian style and completed in 1891 for Peter Waite a wealthy pastoralist. Now owned by the University of Adelaide. Mitcham. Adelaide. St Michael's Anglican Church. Foundation stone 1848. Opened in 1852 with additions in 1864.  The 1864 additions were this southern nave. Mitcham. Adelaide.A European style modern home built in Church Street in 1937.  Art Deco features included the rounded glass brick two storey widow for the internal staircase.  Parapet hides the terracotta tiled roof. But where is Poirot. Mitcham. Afternoon tea is ready. Adelaide. Mitcham. The Magpie. Pretty pink flowering orchid. Mitcham. Adelaide. The original nave of St Michael's Anglican Church. Work began on it in 1848 and the church opened in 1852. Local Brownhill Creek sandstone was used for its construction. Mitcham. Yellow Spider Lily or Lycoris aurea a native of China and Japan. Mitcham. Yellow Spider Lily or Lycoris aurea. Urrbrae. Adelaide. The Gothic gate house of Urrbrae House. Built around 1860 when the property was occupied by Edward Stirling. Later it was owned by Peter Waite who donated it to the University of Adelaide. Mitcham. The Mitcham Reserve  new playground with carved Aboriginal dreaming snake on a stone pillar for climbing.. Mitcham. Adelaide. Australian Illawarra Flame tree in Janaury. The Kurrajong is an Australian native tree. Botanically it is Brachychiton acerifolious. Abellio London 9033 on Route 152, Mitcham Mitcham. Pretty pink leaves of Uresine herbstii. The Bloodleaf plant has these pink leaves all year in temperate climates. Mitcham. Adelaide. The east window above the altar in St Michael's Anglican Church. Foundation stone 1848. Opened in 1852 with additions in 1864. Torrens Tudor Mitcham. Adelaide.The gables sandstone and bluestone house. Built in the 1850s on Carrick Hill Drive on part of the original 1840 Mitcham Village site.. Mitcham. The old 1850s bridge across Brownhill Creek near the village green. Brownhill Creek flows into the Patawolunga. Arriva London T64 on Route 264, Mitcham Mitcham. Pretty pink leaves of Uresine herbstii i the garden. The Bloodleaf plant has these pink leaves all year in temperate climates.


License: Creative Commons - Attribution-No Derivatives
Author: denisbin
Description:
Lycorus aurea. This beautiful yellow flower of the Amaryllidaceae family is an autumn flowering bulb rather similar to Nerines but with striking yellow flower heads. Each head has five individual flowers. They come from China and Japan whilst the Nerine comes from South Africa. The flowers have very long whiskery stamens. They are dormant over summer and their leaves appear after the flowering has finished. Their common name is the very apt Golden Spider Lily. They flower around the time of the autumn equinox.

Credit:

Select Image Size
Square 75X75 View Download
Large Square 150X150 View Download
Thumbnail 74X100 View Download
Small 179X240 View Download
Small 320 238X320 View Download
Small 400 298X400 View Download
Medium 372X500 View Download
Medium 640 477X640 View Download
Medium 800 596X800 View Download
Large 763X1024 View Download
Large 1600 1192X1600 View Download
Large 2048 1526X2048 View Download
X-Large 3K 2289X3072 View Download
X-Large 4K 3052X4096 View Download
Original 3389X4549 View Download