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Flora in Australia

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Fuchsia Heath (Epacris longiflora) is an erect to spreading shrub, with egg-shaped, pointed leaves and red tube-shaped flowers, from which it gets the name longiflora. Egg Shape, Heath, Botanical Gardens, Garden Landscaping, Shrubs, Flora, Seeds, Tube, Australia
Fuchsia Heath
Fuchsia Heath (Epacris longiflora) is an erect to spreading shrub, with egg-shaped, pointed leaves and red tube-shaped flowers, from which it gets the name longiflora.
Endemic to the Northern Territory, Eremophila ovata is commonly known as the Krichauff Ranges Fuchsia. It is a small, spreading shrub with hairy branches and leaves. The flowers are purple or pink with white inside. There is also a white variety. Plants, Purple, Pink, Shrub, Fauna, Flora And Fauna
Krichauff Ranges Fuchsia (Eremophila ovata)
Endemic to the Northern Territory, Eremophila ovata is commonly known as the Krichauff Ranges Fuchsia. It is a small, spreading shrub with hairy branches and leaves. The flowers are purple or pink with white inside. There is also a white variety.
One of the iconic wildflower images in Central Australia is the sight of the Annual Yellowtop (Senecio gregorii) that can carpet the countryside in spring. Countryside, Wild Flowers, Annual, Central, Carpet, Spring
Annual Yellowtop
One of the iconic wildflower images in Central Australia is the sight of the Annual Yellowtop (Senecio gregorii) that can carpet the countryside in spring.
The Banksia serrata, commonly known as the Saw Tooth Banksia or the Old Man Banksia, ages into an interesting gnarled tree that can grow up to 15 metres in height under the right conditions. Image taken at the Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden, Dee Why, NSW. Stony, Pandan, Sawtooth, Regional, Dandelion, Old Things, Growing
Banksia serrata (Saw Tooth Banksia)
The Banksia serrata, commonly known as the Saw Tooth Banksia or the Old Man Banksia, ages into an interesting gnarled tree that can grow up to 15 metres in height under the right conditions. Image taken at the Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden, Dee Why, NSW.
The Birdsville Indigo (Indigofera linnaei) is a legumious shrub, also found growing as a prostrate form. It can flower and fruit in all months of the year and is a weed species that can be found in disturbed and overgrazed areas. Months In A Year, Weed, Species, Succulents, Indigo
Birdsville Indigo
The Birdsville Indigo (Indigofera linnaei) is a legumious shrub, also found growing as a prostrate form. It can flower and fruit in all months of the year and is a weed species that can be found in disturbed and overgrazed areas.
Brachyscome ciliaris is a perennial herb which occurs throughout temperate Australia. It is a highly variable species, that are often given their own species name, hence this species has a number of taxonomic synonyms, among which includes the Woolly Variable Daisy (Brachyscome ciliaris var. lanuginosa). Perennials, Herbs, Perennial Herbs, Perennial, Herb
Variable Daisy (Brachyscome ciliaris)
Brachyscome ciliaris is a perennial herb which occurs throughout temperate Australia. It is a highly variable species, that are often given their own species name, hence this species has a number of taxonomic synonyms, among which includes the Woolly Variable Daisy (Brachyscome ciliaris var. lanuginosa).
The Walukara (Hakea rhombales) has a distinctive flower and grows up to 2 m. The leaves are terete (round in cross section) with the flowers produced in the leaf axils. Image © CK Leel African Plants, Alice Springs, Rare Species, Leaves, Cross, Round, Image
Walukara
The Walukara (Hakea rhombales) has a distinctive flower and grows up to 2 m. The leaves are terete (round in cross section) with the flowers produced in the leaf axils. Image © CK Leel
The Sandover Lily (Crinum flaccidum) is a perennial species of the family Amaryllidae that is endemic to inland Australia. Common names: Sandover Lily, Darling Lily, Andamooka Lily, Murray Lily, Macquarie Lily, Desert Lily. Common Names, Darling, Deserts, Lily
Sandover Lily
The Sandover Lily (Crinum flaccidum) is a perennial species of the family Amaryllidae that is endemic to inland Australia. Common names: Sandover Lily, Darling Lily, Andamooka Lily, Murray Lily, Macquarie Lily, Desert Lily.
The Orange Spade Flower (Hybanthus aurantiacus) are perennials that belong to the Violaceae (violet) family. Petals, National Parks, Spade, Orange
Orange Spade Flower
The Orange Spade Flower (Hybanthus aurantiacus) are perennials that belong to the Violaceae (violet) family.
Sturt’s Desert Rose (Gossypium sturtianum var. sturtianum) has a number of common names including the Darling River Rose, Cotton Rosebush and Australian Cotton. Some of the names reflect that the plant is actually a member of the cotton family and not a rose. Gossypium, Dry Creek, Desert Rose, Shades Of Green
Sturt’s Desert Rose
Sturt’s Desert Rose (Gossypium sturtianum var. sturtianum) has a number of common names including the Darling River Rose, Cotton Rosebush and Australian Cotton. Some of the names reflect that the plant is actually a member of the cotton family and not a rose.
The Bat’s Wing Coral Tree (Erythrina vespertilio) gets its name from the shape of its leaves. The term vespertilio meaning bat, makes reference to the ‘bat shaped leaves’ found on this tree. Common names: Bat’s Wing Coral Tree, Bean Tree, Sturt Bean Tree, Grey Corkwood, yulbah. Australian Flowers, Native Plants, Aussie, Planting Flowers, Bat, Mood Board, Wings
Batswing Coral Tree
The Bat’s Wing Coral Tree (Erythrina vespertilio) gets its name from the shape of its leaves. The term vespertilio meaning bat, makes reference to the ‘bat shaped leaves’ found on this tree. Common names: Bat’s Wing Coral Tree, Bean Tree, Sturt Bean Tree, Grey Corkwood, yulbah.
The name of the Blue Pincushion (Brunonia australis) refers to the protruding pin-like styles sticking up above the blue petals. Pin Cushions, Blue, Style, Swag, Outfits
Blue Pincushion
The name of the Blue Pincushion (Brunonia australis) refers to the protruding pin-like styles sticking up above the blue petals.
The White Paper Daisy (Rhodanthe floribunda, formerly Helipterum floribundum) is also commonly known as White Everlasting, Large White Paper Daisy and Common White Sunray. Red Centre, Paper Daisy, Urban Gardening, Large White, White Paper, Common, Mural
White Paper Daisy
The White Paper Daisy (Rhodanthe floribunda, formerly Helipterum floribundum) is also commonly known as White Everlasting, Large White Paper Daisy and Common White Sunray.
Poached Egg Daisy (Polycalymma stuartii), formerly the genus Myriocephalus (species Myriocephalus stuartii). Named after John McDouall Stuart, this is a annual that grows up to 50 cm high, has hairy stems, with leaves on the lower part of the stem. The flower appear on a long stem, measuring between 2-4 cm in diameter. Poached Eggs, New South Wales, Daisy Flower, Stems, Stuart, Hairy
Poached Egg Daisy
Poached Egg Daisy (Polycalymma stuartii), formerly the genus Myriocephalus (species Myriocephalus stuartii). Named after John McDouall Stuart, this is a annual that grows up to 50 cm high, has hairy stems, with leaves on the lower part of the stem. The flower appear on a long stem, measuring between 2-4 cm in diameter.
Pink Fire-bush (Commersonia magniflora), Olive Pink Botanic Garden. Formerly known as Rulingia magniflora, grows to approximately 2 metres high with the branches and leaves covered in velvety hairs. Branches, Olive
Pink Fire-bush
Pink Fire-bush (Commersonia magniflora), Olive Pink Botanic Garden. Formerly known as Rulingia magniflora, grows to approximately 2 metres high with the branches and leaves covered in velvety hairs.