The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan is home to the largest paper daisy display in Eastern Australia. After months of hard work, the nets used to protect the young plants have now been removed, revealing a stunning and truly Instagram-worthy sight.
Where do paper daises come from?
Paper daisies are a native flower to the Western seaboard, making The Australian Botanic Garden one of the few places visitors can enjoy mass plantings of the flowers on the east coast. Throughout September and October, magnificent species of Rhodanthe and Schoenia will cover 2000m2 of the Garden in a sea of bright pinks, whites and yellows (that’s the size of 1.6 Olympic swimming pools!)
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