Roma Street Parkland is home to a range of unique Australian subtropical vegetation as well as beautiful examples of flora from around the world. The Parkland’s individual precincts show a seasonal array of diverse horticultural displays which keep the Parkland’s landscape vibrant and colourful all year around.
As well as eye catching flora, the Parkland has an array of birds, lizards and fish which have made Roma Street Parkland home.
For more information on the Parklands Flora and Fauna please take a look at the following fact sheets:
» Horticultural calendar
» Parkland Birds fact sheet
» Parkland Fish fact sheet
» Parkland Lizard fact sheet
What's blooming in August
||Kangaroo Paw Brassica oleracea sp.|
|Preferred growing conditions:
||Cool to cold conditions with full sun|
|Position in Parkland:
For more detailed information on the Kangaroo Paw, download the What’s blooming in August fact sheet written by Parkland Curator Bob Dobbs.
Last updated 03 August 2011