Wreath flowers are a rare and beautiful Western Australia wildflower. They grow in expanding circles, and the outermost edges of the succulent plant bloom a vivid deep pink and white, forming a perfect living wreath. Flower fanatics come from all over Australia, and all over the world, to catch a glimpse of these beauties. The plants fluorish on disturbed ground, making recently graded roadsides a prime location to spot them. It's pretty difficult to see a small, ground-hugging flower while zipping by at 60 miles an hour, but given the complete lack of traffic on the highway we certainly noticed the 5 cars parked up ahead (that was more cars than we'd seen all day). Being gawkers, and nosy, we pulled off to see what all the fuss was about, and found a forest of wreath flowers on the ground. It looked like a flock of springtime nymphs had scattered their head wear across the dusty red soil. Difficult to grow from seed or transplant, the only way you are going to see these delicate flower circles is if you too stumble onto them in the Australian outback.