Rock Gardens

During our visit to John Forrest National Park on the weekend, we spent some time exploring the intriguing patches of moss that grow on the exposed rock face near the Hovea Falls.

There is a surprising variety of plants growing in these miniature forests, including carnivorous Red Ink Sundews (above) and Felted Swamp Flowers.

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