Tufted perennial, grass-like or herb, 0.2-0.75 m high. Fl. green, Jul to Dec. Sand, loam, laterite, limestone.
Perennial herb to 1 m high, tufted and solitary, or mat-forming; roots fibrous. Leaves to 85 cm long; sheath conduplicate, ± completely occluded; blade 4–12 mm wide.
Tufted, glabrous herbaceous perennial; rhizome simple; roots fibrous, most with fusiform tubers 1–4 cm long towards tips. Leaves 8–50 cm long, 1.5–15 mm wide; sheath ± papery.
Perennial forb to 80cm tall. Leaves opposite each other near the base, alternating up the stems higher up. Leaves 0.4-6cm long, 1-4mm wide, linear, hairless to sparsely hairy, margins flat,
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,
A lily that grows through the wetter months of the year. Soft green leaves to approx. 30cm high emerge in April. In some areas these may be deep green, in other areas they have a silvery sheen.
Correa reflexa is sometimes referred to as Native Fuchsia, a name it shares with Epacris longiflora. Its distribution ranges from southeast South Australia,
Chrysocephalum apiculatum is a very variable species which is not surprising given its very extensive distribution. It is usually a small, spreading perennial or shrub up to about 0.
Erect or straggling shrub to 50 cm high, stems hairy. Leaves ± elliptic to lanceolate, mostly 5–15 mm long, 2–8 mm wide, glabrous. Flowers in bracteate heads; peduncle 2–19 mm long, pubescent,
Melaleuca decussata, commonly known as Cross-leaf Honey-Myrtle or Totem Poles, is a shrub or small tree in the genus Melaleuca. It is native to South Australia and both native and naturalised in
Mallee to 5m, somewhat tumbledown habit. Bark rough on lower branches, smooth above. Leaves grey-green, broad and sessile (without a leaf stalk) and arranged in opposite pairs. Buds with conical cap,
Decumbent to ascending herb to 40 cm high, with crisped simple hairs or glabrous.Basal leaves oblong to oblanceolate, mostly 5–8 cm long, 3–20 mm wide,
Spread right across the arid inland the native poplar is a pyramidal shrub or tree, 2-10 m high. Flowres are yellow-green and occur between April and October. Grows in Red sand, loam or gravel,
Perennial herb to 50 cm high; stems pubescent with soft retrorse hairs often closely appressed, sometimes glabrescent and often rooting at the nodes; taproot thickened.
Named after Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (born 1817) - a world famous botanist who travelled on the Antarctic expedition of 1839 under the command of Sir James Ross and wrote "Handbook of New Zealand
Small plant with strap type leaves growing in a crack in rocks. The flower has six petals and is approximately 30 > 40 mm across. Widespread and common in a range of habitats throughout southem
Wide spread rounded shrub about 2 mt tall. Multi branched at ground level. Branches weave through the body of the shrub, leaves dark green with semi gloss surface Flowers are about 3 cm long with a
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.
Single stem, single leaf at ground level. 10 to 12 cm high Found in all states except WA and NT
Perennial with trailing and twining branches; stems terete, sparsely to densely appressed hairy. Leaves fairly uniform in shape from base to tip of stem; lamina ovate or oblong, 1–8 cm long,
This Orchid is a delicate, to 650cm high. Leaves hairy to 6cm long and 2cm wide. flowers are intricate, spider like, of various colours, green, white, yellow, maroon and red.
A small twiggy shrub to around 30cm in height. It has narrow, fine green leaves with a sharp tip. The flowers are bright yellow and flower durning winter and spring and can be found in the wetter
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
Broom-like shrub to 2 m high; upper branchlets often leafless. Phyllodes linear, 0–6.5 cm long, 0–5 mm wide, apex tapered to obtuse, base tapered,
Prostrate to ascending herb to 20 cm long, cottony-pubescent; stems usually stoloniferous. Basal leaves obovate to oblanceolate, narrowing basally, dentate, glabrescent above,