Getting Intimate with Bidgee-Widgee


Getting Intimate with Bidgee-Widgee
Bidgee-Widgee is a native ornamental plant that was sometimes used as a tea substitute by early explorers. This is the small bur head left after the petals fall off (special thanks to Ian Pascoe for providing the name of this little plant).

This bidgee-widgee was found on the side of the trail and made for a great Intimate Landscape.

“An Intimate Landscape is rarely noticed by a passerby. They are not marked on a map, hiked to, driven past, camped at or explored. They just exist. They exist right under our feet or right in front of our eyes. They are there for the finding if one slows down and really looks.” dale rogers




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