Tuberous, perennial, herb, 0.09-0.45 m high, horizontally arranged flowers. Grows in grey, brown or black sand, granitic loam. Sandy Banksia woodland, mallee woodland on margins of salt lakes.
Although there is general agreement that this orchid is discoidea, it appears to be known by both common names, Dancing Spider and Bee Orchid. Grows to 100mm - 450mm.
Shrub or tree, 1-6 m high.
A tiny Drosera growing to only about 2 cm high, though flower stalk may increase the height. Leaves are bright red and round. Plants seen were growing in deep white sand.
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,
Families of boabs march across the Kimberley landscape, slim youngsters, sturdy middle aged ones, stout grandparents . Boabs grow into a large tree with swollen bottle shaped trunk.
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)
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,
Trees to 6-8 m tall, with a single, straight, erect trunk and relatively short, horizontally spreading lateral branches from base to apex (rendering the plants a conifer-like habit).
So tough that when everything else is "dead and finished" this acacia will still be hanging in there. Widespread in arid inland areas. A prickly shrub with a straggling, spreading habit.
pomoea pes-caprae subsp. brasiliensis is a trailing glabrous (smooth) vine with purple stems that often root at the nodes. The fleshy oblong to suborbicular leaves are 3 to 10 cm long and notched at
The Red-flowered Kurrajong, Brachychiton paradoxus, isn't as spectacular as it close relatives like the Queensland Bottle Tree or the Illawarra Flame Tree.
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.
A small to medium shrub with extremely small leaves and pink to purple star shaped flowers.
Small insectivorous plant. Traps small insects by means of sticky hairs on the rosette of red leaves. Grows in damp places.
King in his Carriage Drakaea glyptodon, southwest area
Erect, spindly shrub, 0.9-2(-3.5) m high. Fl. yellow/pink & cream/white, Aug to Oct. Red sand, clay loam, clay. Flats, claypans, sand plains.
A small clump of white flowers
Tuberous, perennial, herb or climber, 0.3-1.1 m high. Deep sand, loamy soils.
Found between Clackline and Dryandra. Grows 20 - 40cm, 2-4 flowers. Prefers swampy ground
A compact shrub bearing purple flowers.
Flowers are. blue-purple/white-blue, Erect, flat topped shrub, 0.3-2 m high. Grows on red sandy soils over laterite or granite. Stony grounds, rocky rises & hillsides, plains.
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.
Very common throughout WA. This is a hybrid type. Grows in dense colonies and is a hybrid between cowslip (C flava) and pink fairies (C. latifolia).