Gidgee or Stinking Wattle
Karri Spider Orchid
Sturt's Desert pea
Green Bird Flower or Rattlepod
Sundew - Pink Rainbow
Boab or Adansonia
Honeysuckle Oak or Spider Flower, Desert Grevillea
Macrozamia dyeri or Zamia Palm
Calochilus stramenicola Wandoo Beard Orchid
Eremophila oldfieldii subsp. angustifolia
Broom-like shrub, 0.5-3 m high. . Grows in a variety of soils & habitats.
Flowers blue-purple-pink-white, Jan to Dec (mainly Aug-Nov)
Native to Western Australia
Erect annual, herb, 0.02-0.2 m high
Red sandy & clayey soils, stony soils. Rocky sandstone breakaways, lateritic screes, dunes, plains.
Shrub or tree, 1-12 m high. Fl. yellow, Jul to Oct. Variety of soils & habitats.
Rigid, prickly, intricate, often prostrate, spreading shrub, 0.1-1.5 m high. Flowers yellow, Jun to Nov. Variety of soils, frequently on clay.
Acacias come in all shapes, sizes and forms. Acacia glaucoptera - Flat Wattle is one of the more unusual wattles. It can be found in coastal and inland mallee regions from Albany to Israelite Bay.
Non-lignotuberous tree or shrub, growing to 10 m high. Flowerheads are cream & orange and a produced from Feb to Aug. Grows in white or grey/yellow sand, sandy loam, brown clay, laterite, granite.
A straggling low shrub. Leaves are broadly oval ending in a point with numerous longitudinal veins. Small dusky red flowers are slightly furry.
Small evergreen shrub growing to about 50cm, growing in poorly drained sandy soil. Small heath-like leaves. Flowers clustered in an infloresence 5cm in diameter, giving a daisy-like appearance.
An attractive upright understorey shrub growing to 1 or 2m tall. The stems are glabrous.
Leaves oblanceolate or narrow-elliptic, mostly 15–90 mm long, 7–20 mm wide, tips acute to obtuse,
The Alpine Sunray is a low-growing, spreading perennial herb with grey-green foliage, and an inflorescence of a single flower head with a yellow disc centre and papery white radiating bracts,
Aerial shrub, hemiparasitic on stems. Fl. pink & red, Jan to Apr or Aug to Nov. Exclusively on Melaleuca.
Distribution: Endemic to South West Australia. A genus of 7 species; All 7 species are in Western Australia; Flowers aggregated in ‘inflorescences’; in cymes, or in panicles.
This weird looking "thing" is a native fungus that rots down litter on the forest floor. A globular egg-like structure on the soil gives rise to a large fleshy tube, up to 100 x 30 mm.
Common orchid in WA, single leaf, up to 3 greenish, yellowish flowers.
It is a hybrid type.
Twiner or creeper to 1 m tall; leaves alternate, linear to narrow-lanceolate, entire or crenate, acute, 14-50 x 1-9 mm, glabrous to sparsely pubescent, margins closely revolute.
Erect aromatic herb, 0.2–1.2 m high, woolly to tomentose, hairs brownish.
Leaves oblanceolate to oblong, obtuse or occasionally acute, 1–5 cm long, 0.3–1.5 cm wide, crenate or entire.
Greenish-yellow and brownish-red flowers.
Grows between 250mm-500mm in height
Low shrub. Leaves greyish, strongly serrated. Flowers orange/yellow. Growing on sand dune.
A low compact shrub with bright red tubular flowers. Small leaves are crowded along the stems and have very sharp points.
Erect shrub, 0.25-1 m high. Fl. white, Jul to Oct. Sandy & lateritic soils. Sandplains.
Tufted perennial, grass-like or herb, 0.2-0.75 m high. Fl. green, Jul to Dec. Sand, loam, laterite, limestone.
One of the rarer WA donkey orchids.
Intricately branched shrub to 2.5 m with rigid branches; lateral branches leafy, often ending in a spine.
Leaves usually clustered, narrowly obovoid to ellipsoid, to 25 mm long, thick and fleshy,
A small deciduous tree that grows in rocky areas across northern Australia. Lobed leaves fall from the tree during the dry season so that the bright yellow flowers are easily seen.