Broom-like shrub, 0.5-3 m high. . Grows in a variety of soils & habitats. Flowers blue-purple-pink-white, Jan to Dec (mainly Aug-Nov)
Rigid, prickly, intricate, often prostrate, spreading shrub, 0.1-1.5 m high. Flowers yellow, Jun to Nov. Variety of soils, frequently on clay.
Tufted perennial, grass-like or herb, 0.2-0.75 m high. Fl. green, Jul to Dec. Sand, loam, laterite, limestone.
Although there is general agreement that this orchid is discoidea, it appears to be known by both common names, Dancing Spider and Bee Orchid. Grows to 100mm - 450mm.
The orchid normally has rich yellow petals some times white to pale yellow are seen. The labellum is white with pale red markings. A version with red petals can be found.
Erect to spreading shrub, 0.3-1.4 m high. Fl. white-pink, Aug to Oct. Grey or yellow sand, lateritic gravel. Sandplains, ridges, lateritic rises.
Erect shrub, 0.2-1(-1.5) m high. Fl. white-cream, Mar to Jul. Mainly on gravelly lateritic soils.
Erect, multi-stemmed, lignotuberous shrub, 0.3-2 m high. Fl. white-other, Jul to Dec. Sand, gravel, laterite. Sandplains.
Tuberous, perennial, herb, 0.09-0.45 m high, horizontally arranged flowers. Grows in grey, brown or black sand, granitic loam. Sandy Banksia woodland, mallee woodland on margins of salt lakes.
Tuberous, perennial, herb, 0.2-0.35 m high. Fl. cream & white & purple/yellow & brown & purple, Sep to Oct. Sand, loam. Wet seepages, run-off areas around granite outcrops.
Springtime splendour, when vast areas of red sand come alight with these amazing everlastings. Slender upright herb, leaves elongated. Flowers in heads 2 to 3cm across that can be white,
Shrub or tree, 1-6 m high.
Prostrate to decumbent annual, herb, 0.01-0.12 m high. Fl. yellow, Jul to Oct. Red sand or loam, granitic soils. Variety of habitats.
Dense shrub to 3m. Leaves are cylindrical with a hooked point. The name uncinatum means "hooked" in Latin, in reference to the tips of the leaves. Flowers are 1.
Grows on poor sandy or stony soils. Thick trunk carries wiry leaves usually over 1 metre long. Small flowers are arranged on a thick spike up to 3m long, held on a smooth,
Flowers: perianth cream turning pink, red style. Leaves 3-9cm, leathery, holly-like with prickly margins.
Small shrub to about 1m tall. Leaves whitish and furry, elongated, with edges rolled under. Petals almost non-existant, but the flower consistes mainly of calyx segments that are brightly coloured
Erect, rounded shrub, 0.5-2.6 m high. Fl. pink/cream, Sep to Oct. Deep yellow sand, laterite.
Erect to sprawling, pungent, ?lignotuberous shrub, 0.4-1.5(-3) m high. Fl. white-cream/yellow/pink, May to Sep. White, grey or yellow sand, sandy loam, granitic soils, laterite.
Low or erect spreading shrub, 0.1-1.2 m high, to 2 m wide. Fl. red/pink, Jan to Dec. Often on lateritic soils
One of only two 'true' bottlebrushes in WA. Tall to small tree or shrub, 1-6 m high. Fl. red, Sep to Dec or Jan. Sandy soils, laterite. Often along watercourses.
Erect,compact shrub, to 1.2 m high. Fl. red/pink, Feb or May to Dec. White, grey or yellow sand, sandy clay, gravel. Among low scrub.
Mallee with a sprawling, straggling habit. Leaves are large, blue-grey and sessile (without a leaf stalk). Large buds with a pointed bud cap (operculum). Flowers are the largest of all eucalypts,
An extremely attractive plant when in full flower. It is found widely around the eastern wheatbelt in the light colour as per the Yellowdine area photographs, to deep burgundy north of Muckinbudin,
Dense, often weeping shrub or tree, 1.5-6(-9) m high. Long green phyllodes. Fl. yellow, Jul to Nov. Variety of habitats.