Showing 5 wildflowers from the Davenport Murchison Ranges region

Bloodwood

Bloodwood

Classification: Myrtaceae - Eucalyptus - terminalis

Small tree with rough scaly tessellated bark over the trunk and branches. Leaves are the same colour on both faces with no intramarginal vein. Buds are arranged in dense terminal panicles.

Updated: 30 Nov 2015
Honeysuckle Oak or Spider Flower, Desert Grevillea

Honeysuckle Oak or Spider Flower, Desert Grevillea

Classification: Proteaceae - Grevillea - juncifolia

A small tree or shrub 2 to 7 mts tall, grows throughout inland Australia (not found in Victoria). Rush like leaves are 10 to 30 cms long Flowers are bright orange and yellow and produced most of the

Updated: 29 Apr 2015
Silver Box

Silver Box

Classification: Myrtaceae - Eucalyptus - pruinosa

A small tree with rough box-type bark. Adult leaves retain their juvenile form, they are large about 15x8cm, waxy-grey (glaucous) and the same colour on both sides, opposite and sessile.

Updated: 04 Jan 2015
Snow Flower

Snow Flower

Classification: Celastraceae - Macgregoria - racemigera

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.

Updated: 15 Jul 2014
Wickhams Grevillea

Wickhams Grevillea

Classification: Proteaceae - Grevillea - wickhamii subsp. aprica

Large shrub up to 5m high. Grey-green leaves up to 8cm long, with several sharp teeth or spines. Widespread over large parts of northern Australia.

Updated: 03 Jul 2014