Birds may have seen received the bulk of the attention on Lamai Anne's page recently, but that's not to say that florals have been neglected.

In fact, Lamai's latest releases continue to highlight the beauty of Australia's unique flora.

White waratah

An evergreen and iconic variety, this pale beauty is the NSW red waratah's understated cousin. The 'Wirrimbirra White', as it's properly referred to as, was only discovered in 1967 and has remained an elusive plant due to its difficulty in cultivation. A rare addition to any interior indeed.

Wattle branch

The wattle branch is an elegant portrayal of green and gold – the true embodiment of the Australian landscape. Lamai has released two styles to suit a variety of interiors, from light and airy to dark and moody.

Sturt's desert pea

Another one of Australia's best-known wildflowers, the striking Sturt's desert pea features vibrant red leaf-shaped flowers with a lustrous black centre. Enjoy this spectacular bloom all year round with a backdrop of feminine peach or deep navy.

June 12, 2019 — Milena Tsitovitch