An enduring desert survivor this rugged tree grows to about 10m tall and has rough dark grey bark. Branchlets are grey-green, smooth and cylindrical, in sections each about 10mm long.
Erect or rounded shrub, 0.2-1m high. Fl. purple-violet, Jan or Apr to Oct. depending as to where it is growing. Red-brown clay loam or sandy clay,
Prostrate to ascending perennial, herb, 0.15-0.4(-0.6) m high, to 4 m wide. Fl. white-pink, Apr to Sep. Sandy or loamy soils. Sandplains, sand dunes, stony flats & hillsides
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,
Widespread across desert areas. Erect shrub, 0.7-2 m high. Sandy soils. Sand dunes, rocky ironstone rises.
Erect, cactus-like shrub, (0.1-)0.3-1.5 m high. Fl. yellow-green, Jul to Dec. Sandy soils, clay. Gypsum & limestone ridges, near salt lakes.
Straggling low shrub, growing in red sand. Pale blue flowers with pale pink/mauve bracts. Broad leaves covered in dense short grey hairs giving a matted appearance.
Upright tall shrub to 3m. Grows in Sandy or stony soils, alluvium. Colluvial & riverine flats, rocky hills.
Shrubs to 1.5m. Leaves to 5cm. Different colour forms growing together, with flower colour varying from white through pink to red.
Tall shrub to 2.5m. Leaves about 3cm long. Plants growing in dense thickets with considerable variation in flower colour, with paler reds and pink forms present in the one dense thicket.
Woody shrub to 1.5m. Thick oval leaves are slightly hairy. Flowers subtended by narrow pale pink bracts. Inside of flower marked with mauve spots and stripes.
Also known as the - Woolly-calyxed Eremophila An erect, spreading shrub, 0.6-2.2 m high, to 3 m wide. Grows in Clay, sand. Stony flats & ridges.
Prostrate annual, herb, stems to 80 cm long. Fl. yellow, May to Sep. Red sandy, often stony soils.
The form of the plant resembles a tree, with very long and bunched, grass-like, leaves that emerge from a central base. The trunk may grow over 3 metres tall,
A tough woody shrub growing to about 3m high. Conspicuous white flowers marked with red streaks. Flowers in leaf axils. Leaves thick (hence the name pachyphylla meaning thick leaf) with mid vein.
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
Open, divaricately branched shrub. 0.4-2 m high. Red sand, sandy clay, loam, non-saline.
Succulent, decumbent annual, herb, 0.1-0.4 m high. Fl. pink-red, Jul to Oct. Sand, loam. Floodplains, stony plains.
Erect annual, herb, 0.07-0.4(-0.7) m high. Flowers pink and yellow, Jun to Nov. Sandy, loam & clay, often stony soils.
Erect or ascending annual or perennial, herb, 0.15-1.5 m high. Fl. green-white-yellow-brown, Apr to Nov or Jan. Red soils, sand, sandstone. Stony hills, plateaus.
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,
Shrub, 0.15-3 m high. Fl. yellow, Jan or Apr to Nov. Sand, loam, stony or gravelly soils. Variety of habitats.
A scraggy bush growing to about 2 meters in height. It grows a variety of soils ranging from red- brown sandy loams, the upper slopes of dunes to rocky out- crops. Ranges from the Gascoyne,
Much-branched rounded shrub 70cmx70cm. Silvery-pink hairy pom poms