Tufted perennial, grass-like or herb, 0.2-0.75 m high. Fl. green, Jul to Dec. Sand, loam, laterite, limestone.
Clump-forming herb, lacking a pseudostem. Leaves several, basal, ± spreading, broad-linear, 30–80 cm long, 1–5 cm wide, margins ± rough.
Medium size rounded shrub to 2m tall. Leaves wedge shaped, wider towards the tip, with sharply serrated edges. Flower spikes up to 10cm long. Flowers grey-gren in the bud stage,
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,
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
Xerochrysum bracteatum, the "Golden Everlasting", is one of the best known of the "paper daisies". It is a very widespread species occurring in both annual and perennial forms.
Shrub or small open tree 3m to 8m high. Flowers in spring with large round flower heads on thick stems, flower heads in showy groups (racemes) 15cm long. Pods are flat and almost straight 10cm x 5mm.
A familiar sight across floodplains and wetlands in inland Australia is the multi-stemmed dense and tangled shrub commonly known as Lignum. Plants vary greatly in size,
Small tree or mallee up to 8m tall. Bark smooth and ribbony. Leaves narrow and shiny. Juvenile leaves small, rounded and greyish.
Erect subshrub to 1 m high, ± glabrous. Leaves 2–8 cm long; leaflets 9–13, linear to elliptic or obovate, 15–20 mm long; 2–8 mm wide, apex shortly mucronate, margins with minute, curved hairs,
Erect or ascending annual, herb, 0.1-0.6 m high. Fl. red-orange-yellow-white-pink, Jul to Dec or Jan. Sand, clay, loam, gravel, litter, laterite, sandstone, granite. Sand dunes & plains, rocky places,
Erect or spreading tree 4–13 m high, often suckers; bark fissured, dark grey-brown; branchlets angled or flattened towards apices, glabrous or sometimes finely hairy, often ± pruinose.
Medium to tall tree with a thick trunk and major branches. Grey flaking bark on trunk and lower branches. Young trees and minor branches have smooth mottled bark.
Hemispherical shrubby perennial to c. 1 m high. Branches glabrous to hairy. Leaves semiterete, succulent, to c. 15 mm long, glabrous to shortly hairy. Fruit 5–8 mm diam., green, yellow,
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 or perennial forb to 1.5m tall. Often spiny branches. Leaves succulent, alternating up the stems, 0.2-0.6cm long, flat to flattened cylindrical, hairy.
Perennial climber: Roots tuberous: Leaves annual but infrequent: Delicate flowers have three distinctly fringed petals held upon short branches. Flowers and stems dieback to regrow in Winter.