Acacia acuminata is a tall shrub or tree that ranges in height from 2 to 5m, although it can be […]
Erect shrub 1-3 metres high, yellow flowers in spring. Shade tolerant wetland plant.
Erect, slender, shrub 1-2m high with winged branchlets. Often found in damp areas near watercourses and swamps.Flowers yellow during August […]
Low multi- stemmed erect or prostrate shrub 0.2-0.5 metres high. Often found in damp areas near watercourses and swamps. Yellow […]
Erect, spreading ferny leaved small shrub usually 0.5 to 1m. Occurs on lateritic soils of the Darling Scarp. Pale yellow […]
Erect or sprawling low shrub to 0.5 metres high occurs on the Darling range, wheatbelt and Jarrah forest. Yellow flowers […]
A small to medium shrub with “minni ritchi” peeling bark. Yellow flowers late winter to spring.
Much branched small to medium upright to sprawling shrub 0.5 to 2m high. Common on the Swan Coastal Plain and […]
A fast growing dense shrub or small tree 2-6m high, branchlets are often pendulous. “Coojong” is as coloniser species of […]
Erect, slender shrub 1 to 3 m high. Often associated with watercourses and damp places. Pale yellow, cream, white flowers […]
Tree 5 -15m high with male and female plants (Dioecious). Flowers reddish brown May to October. Common Sheoak was cut […]
Rock Sheoak or sighing sheoak as it is sometimes called is a small tree 6-9 metres high. It is commonly […]
Dwarf sheoak is a shrub to 2m high and has male and female plants (dioecious). Male flowers are reddish brown […]
Mangles Kangaroo Paw
Mangles Kangaroo Paw is an herbaceous perennial to 1m high by 1m wide with red and green flowers during spring […]
Erect shrub 1 to 2m, covered in small pink wax-like flowers October to February. Found along watercourses, winter wet depressions […]
Feather Spear Grass
Perennial grass, culms arising from horizontal rhizome, slender, branched upwards, 1-2m tall. Flowers spring – summer. Butterfly attracting.
Erect, prickly non-lignotuberous shrub up to 3m high with, terminal yellow flowers in winter to spring.