In the window at the Artspot Anglesea Nov 18th to Dec 1st
thanks Ian Hawkins for the delightful blurb
Murnong - Microseris lanceolata
Vast fields of the Murnong’s drooping yellow heads once thickly clothed the most productive parts of Victoria, and the more indigenous people harvested them, the more they grew. The fate of the Murnong and the Koories was so intertwined, that once hooved beasts began to trample the Murnong, both people and plant suffered immensely. Today, in a few protected pockets, one can still find the Murnong lifting its drooped head to the sun, to reveal its yellow flower.
Anglesea is such a place.