Small woody shrub. Leaves flat, rounded with pointed tip.
Soft shrub to about 1m. Mauve/pink 4-petalled flowers in spring.
A tufted perennial herb. The leaves are about 70 cm long, flat with a keeled underside, 2–5 mm wide.The flower stalk is about 80 cm long but can reach up to 175 cm.
Shrub or Small tree with rough grey bark. Leaves in whorls around stem, coppery coloured when young. Flowers creamy-yellow in cylindrical spikes.
Erect open shrub with small triangular shaped and pointed leaves. White str shaped flowers.
Rounded dense shrub to 1m tall. Leaves spear shaped, about 1.5cm long tapering to a pointed end.
Variable shrub up to 1.5m. Leaves small and rounded.
The delicate flannel flower is so named because of the soft woolly feel of the plant. Growing in the NSW south coast region, extending to Narrabri in the Central West and up to south-east Queensland,
Flowers full of nectar are a favourite of birds and insects. A compact shrub to 2m. Leaves with short teeth at the end. Flower spikes up to to 15cm long.
Erect open shrub to 1.5m. Narrow leaves, .
Kangaroo grass is native to Australia and Africa. It is one of the most widespread native grasses in Australia growing in every state and territory, from interior arid regions to the alps and coast.
A wiry erect shrub that grows to a rounded shrub about 4m. Has grey triangular shaped phyllodes. Bears large golden ball shaped flowers in spring.
Straggly, prickly shrub with wiry branches. Narrow leaves ending in a sharppoint.
Lichen is made up of a fungus and an algae growing together in a symbiotic relationship. There are 3 basic forms; fruticose, crustose and foliose.
A shrub or small tree with rough, furrowed bark. Foliage can be drooping or held erect. Branchlets have whorls of 6-9 teeth at each joint. Female flower is pictured.
A thick bushy shrub that grows around granite outcrops and damp places in the Granite Belt of SE Queensland.
Small, open prickly shrub of drier woodland areas.
A medium sized shrub with dull green phyllodes that produce sufficient nectar from the nectary glands to be attractive to birds and insects.
An attractive daisy with large bright flowerheads. Sparsely woolly to almost smooth perennial to 70 cm high with several stems. Basal leaves to 20 cm long; leaves on stem narrow, spear shaped,
Thick shrub 1 to 2m tall with compound leaves, 8-16 pairs of leaflets on each leaf section. Flower heads are spherical, bright yellow, arranged in open clusters at the ends of branches.
Small soft shrub growing in moist areas. Phyllodes about 10mm long with a distinct point. Bright yellow flowerheads.