Crowea angustifolia var. platyphylla
Kangaroo Island Correa
Correa backhouseana var. coriacea
The lovely Blue Waxflower was previously known as Eriostemon nodiflora. It is a small open shrub to one metre high, with small narrow leaves clustered along the branches.
Soft shrub to about 1m. Mauve/pink 4-petalled flowers in spring.
Correa reflexa is sometimes referred to as Native Fuchsia, a name it shares with Epacris longiflora. Its distribution ranges from southeast South Australia,
Diffuse shrub, 0.3-2 m high, leaves linear to narrow-oblong. Fl. pink/white, Sep to Oct. Sandy clay, gravel. Ridge tops & slopes.
A slender erect shrub growing to about 2m. Soft leaves are elliptical in shape, about 2cm wide, with toothed margins. White or occasionally pink 5-petalled, star shaped flowers about 2.
A desert tree growing to 5 meters that has thorns while small to deter grazing by kangaroos. After reaching sufficient height it stops growing the thorns.
Erect spreading shrub of 1-2 x 1-2 m; stem sparsely to densely tomentose; petiole 4-6 mm; lamina thin, orbicular or ovate to ovate-lanceolate, 2-4 x 1-2.5 cm.
Flowers solitary (rarely 2),
Small and sometimes bushy shrub to around 50cm high. Leaves are small in threes, flowering over a long period during spring. The flowers have four petals and is confined to Kangaroo Island and is
Variable small shrub depending on the soil type. Ovate leaves with rusty hairs on th e bark. There are many colour forms, with natural hybrrids between species on Kangaroo Island making it at times
Shrub to 1.5m. Leaves rounded and covered with short felted hairs giving the leaves a furry grey appearance. Stems and younger leaves covered with light brown hairs.
A thick bushy shrub that grows around granite outcrops and damp places in the Granite Belt of SE Queensland.
Shrub to 2m tall, sometimes compact. Small brownish scales cover stems and underside of leaves. Leaves narrow, up to 5cm long. Flowers with 5 petals and 10 long erect stamens,
Woody shrub to 2.5m. Has a dusky red to pink flower surrounded by pinkish bracts. Flowers are much favoured by honeyeaters. Leaves are oval, furry white on the underside.
An uncommon dwarf shrub to 60cm high with scaly branches.