Lomatia tasmanica (King's lomatia) is a Tasmanian shrub from the family Proteaceae. The plant has shiny green leaves and bears pink flowers, but yields neither fruit nor seeds. Lomatia tasmanica is critically endangered with less that 500 plants growing in the wild in a tiny pocket of Tasmania's isolated south west.
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Wurmbea dioica - Early Nancy
Wurmbea dioica : Wurmbea dioica is a herbaceous plant growing to 30 cm tall, with two or three narrow grassy linear leaves. The plant is bulbous. The attractive...
Bushy Clematis (Clematis gentianoides) The Clematis genus is found mainly in the northern hemisphere & are deciduous. C. gentianoides is an evergreen non-climbing variety endemic to Tasmania
Microcachrys tetragona (Creeping Pine or Creeping Strawberry Pine) is a species of dioecious conifers belonging to the podocarp family. The plant is endemic to western Tasmania, where it is a low shrub growing to 1 metre tall at high altitudes