The 'All About Nature' RR really is great, I've received so many beautiful cards from the group I joined. This one is from it as well, isn't it lovely and colourful?!
The following info can be found on the back of this card:
An array of beautiful flowers decorate Norfolk Island. Left to Right to row: Papillio (Hippeastrum), Yellow Frangi Pani (Plumeria), Skeleton Hibiscus, Marjory Brown Hibiscus. Left to right bottom row: Norfolk Island Dendrobium (orchid, endemic to Norfolk Island), Elaine's Pride Hibiscus, Rose of Sharon Hibiscus, Philip Island Hibiscus (endemic to Philip Island).
You don't see too many flowers around in England at the moment.. although it's getting a bit more colourful again with all the autumn leaves. Which reminds me, I really need to go to West Park in Wolverhampton at some point to take photos.
The flower stamp on the right is from a set of 10 stamps issued in 2004, showing Hippeastrums. The one next to it is from a set of 4 stamps issued in 2009, showing Norfolk Island Bush Birds, this one here being the Grey Fantail. The stamp next to that one is from a set of 10 stamps issued in 2005, depicting Seabirds of Norfolk Island, this one here being the Red-tailed Tropic Bird. The flower stamp on the far left, then, is from a set of 2 stamps issued in 1995. The dog stamp is from a set of 4 stamps issued in 2006, showing Dogs of Norfolk Island, and the last stamp was issued in 2009 and comes from a set of 4 stamps depicting Norfolk Island Mosaics.