Stackhousia monogyna is the most widespread species and can be found in alpine areas and in coastal districts in heath, grassland, woodland and open forest. It has erect,
Glabrous perennial, with spikes of creamy-white flowers on erect stems. Grows to 35cm tall with a tufted habit.
Stark white papery flowers on this erect to procumbent, glabrous annual, herb, 0.05-0.2 m high. Fl. white, Apr to Oct. Red sand.
Stackhousia heugelii is a native of Western Australia and is found between the Lesueur Sand plain, to Albany with isolated patches in the Western Murchison and the Fitzgerald N.P.
A regional map of Mid West Western Australia that covers from Cape Range National Park south to Mandurah and as far west as Kalgoorlie....