Wildflowers Week 2021


The month of May is surely an eventful one. Apart from celebrating Mother’s Day, we are also celebrating the Wildflowers Week this upcoming May 1-7! I am honestly so happy to discover that wildflowers are celebrated around the world. Not only that they beautify our landscapes, but they also help reduce soil erosion. It’s no secret that Western Australia is rich with unique wildflowers to the point that almost 60% of them cannot be found anywhere else in the world! So cool right?! There are over 12,000 wildflower species and I hope to see their bountiful blooms this year.

There are so many ways on how we can celebrate the Wildflowers Week like reading more about them, planting more wildflowers on our backyards, and the most exciting way is to hop on a road trip and go wildflower hunting—don’t forget to bring your cameras and be a photographer for a day! I’ve listed 3 of the prettiest Wildflower places in WA that you can visit and take awe-inspiring photos with them.


Let’s go!

1. Everlastings Trail

You can find the largest and gorgeous trail in the Coorow Farm Wildflower Trail. The walk will showcase a variety of pink, yellow and white everlastings, blue fairy orchids, fringe lilies, and many more. You may also check out the Badgingarra National Park and take the Iain Wilson Nature Trail to witness the park’s bloom up close. Be ready to see kangaroos on your way!

                                                 Photo from google


2. Jarrahland Wildflowers Trail

A picturesque spot that is renowned for its registered Flora Roads can be found in Collie, along the Shire of Serpentine and Jarrahdale. Look for the Karak Red Trail to experience a walk among the wildflowers!

                                               Photo from Trails WA


3. Northern Explorers Wildflowers Trail

Home to a wide variety of blooms that you can’t find anywhere else, The Chapman River Regional Park is the ultimate wildflower hotspot! Witness beautiful blooms of golden billy buttons, pink and yellow everlastings, Kalbarri Spider orchids and many many more.

                                     Photo from westernaustralia.com


These spots are actually a part of my personal wildflower trails bucketlist! If you have been following me for a while now, you probably know how much I adore flowers. I love to fill my house with beautiful dried flower arrangements inspired by wildflowers and you can do the same with your favorite florist like nikau.flora.

                                   Photo from @Nikau.flora in Instagram


My love for wildflowers doesn’t end here as I you know that I have been incorporating them on my designs. I have some amazing new designs that are coming soon inspired by all things wildflowers!

Here’s a little sneak peek for you:



Seriously, I can't wait to launch them and let you experience the beauty of these new collection! For the meantime, check my beautiful throws here. 

How about you? Are you also into wildflowers? Tell me how you will celebrate the Wildflower Week on KTL’s socials!


Much love, 

Alicia x

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