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gallery.steveparishThe Handsome Flower WF169233

Related to well known flowering groups such as grevillea and banksia, the rose coneflower Isopogon formosus is a species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae and is endemic to the southwest of Western Australia; the specific epithet (formosus) is a Latin word meaning "beautifully-formed" or "handsome". It is a shrub with divided leaves with cylindrical segments and spherical to oval heads of pink or red flowers. For an artist of any genre, these flowers are alluring.
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Related to well known flowering groups such as grevillea and banksia, the rose coneflower Isopogon formosus is a species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae and is endemic to the southwest of Western Australia; the specific epithet (formosus) is a Latin word meaning "beautifully-formed" or "handsome". It is a shrub with divided leaves with cylindrical segments and spherical to oval heads of pink or red flowers. For an artist of any genre, these flowers are alluring.