November 23, 2018January 23, 2020 Watsonia coccinea flowers en-masse after fire A cormous geophyte 15- 40 cm. Flowers almost exclusively for the first 2 years after fire. Flowering after fire, the watsonias are putting on a great show. Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
13 thoughts on “Watsonia coccinea flowers en-masse after fire”
Such a lovely sight!
interesting how life hangs on after such damage and comes back.
And how quickly some of the fire dependent species regenerate :). Amazing it is!
They look like a group of flamingo wading through wetlands!
Perfect imagery Gilly 🙂
So pretty and vibrant!
Pink is sucj a fetching a colour! Pretty and vibrant sums it up beautifully.
Thanks Merit! Very much along your theme of blossoms blooming 🙂
So true..!😇Thank you for sharing beauty and bliss!🌟🔆🌟Your photos are sublime!✨
So lovely where they grow – vibrant and alive with colour and life.
So many dynamic processes here! Fire dependent vegetation is extraordinary in the way it springs back.