Crotalaria eremaea is a widely distributed shrub of central Australia and a relatively common species growing on sand dunes. Densely woolly erect woody herb with yellow flowers, the Desert rattlepod,
Spreading shrub, 0.3-2.5 m high with small ovate shaped leaves crowded along the stems. Flowers are orange, approx 15mm across and are at the end of the stems.
Erect, spreading shrub, 0.6-2.2 m high, to 3 m wide. Wooly leaves and calyx. Flowers blue-purple, Jun to Sep. Clay, sand, Stony flats & ridges.
Flowers: perianth cream turning pink, red style. Leaves 3-9cm, leathery, holly-like with prickly margins.
Bushy shrub to 5m high. Leaves linear, 10-25cm c 1-2mm, finely pointed slightly hooked tip. Flowers creamy white (green in bud), cylindrical or slightly tapered, 7-14cm long. Smooth greyish bark
Compact rounded shrub to 50cm high, leaves 8-20x1-2mm, fleshy. It is the golden or reddish tinted fruiting body that attracts attention the wing of which is 15-20mm across,
Much-branched rounded shrub 70cmx70cm. Silvery-pink hairy pom poms