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Grevillea mucronulata

Grevillea mucronulata, also known as green spider flower or green grevillea, is a shrub of the family Proteaceae that is endemic to New South Wales in Australia. Described by Robert Brown in 1810, it is found in open sclerophyll forest or woodlan ...

Grevillea occidentalis

Grevillea occidentalis is a shrub of the genus Grevillea native to an area in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. The spreading to erect shrub typically grows to a height of 0.4 to 1.8 metres 1 to 6 ft and has non-glaucous branchlets. ...

Grevillea pauciflora

Grevillea pauciflora, commonly known as the few-flowered grevillea, is a shrub of the genus Grevillea native to an area along the south coast in the Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia. The erect and straggly shru ...

Grevillea refracta

It grows as a shrub or tree that typically grows to a height of 2 to 9 m 6 ft 7 in to 29 ft 6 in. It tens to a slender habit with an erect stem and an open textured crown. The pinnate leaves have oblanceolate shaped leaflets. It produces red-oran ...

Grevillea sericea

It grows as a shrub from half a metres to two metres tall. It has angular, ridged branchlets and oval shaped leaves one to five centimetres long and two to nine millimetres wide.long, straight leaves from three to twelve centimetres long, and one ...

Grevillea striata

Grevillea striata, also known as beefwood, is a tree or shrub native to all Australian states, with the exception of Victoria and Tasmania. Alternative common names for this species include western beefwood, beef oak, beef silky oak and silvery h ...

Grevillea synapheae

Grevillea synapheae, the catkin grevillea, is a shrub in the family Proteaceae. It is endemic to the southwest of Western Australia, occurring in low heathland. It is a prostrate to erect shrub which usually grows to between 0.2 and 1.5 metres in ...

Grevillea venusta

Grevillea venusta, commonly known as the Byfield spider flower, is a woody shrub of the family Proteaceae native to a small region of central Queensland in eastern Australia. It has bright green leaves and unusually coloured green, gold and black ...

Haemodorum spicatum

The leaves are terete or elliptical and 12-59 cm long and 1-5 mm wide. There are no bristles or hairs on the leaf margin, nor on the surface of the leaf, which is smooth. The flower scape is smooth and 65-77.5 cm long. The inflorescence is subten ...

Hakea arborescens

Hakea arborescens, commonly known as the common hakea or the yellow hakea, is a shrub or tree of the genus Hakea native to parts of northern Australia.

Hakea baxteri

Hakea baxteri, commonly known as fan-leaf hakea, is a shrub in the family Proteaceae native to an area in the Great Southern and Wheatbelt regions of Western Australia. A species noted for its foliage due to its fan-shaped leaves.

Hakea ceratophylla

Hakea ceratophylla, commonly known as the horned leaf hakea, is a shrub in the family) Proteaceae and is endemic to the southwest of Western Australia. It is a stiff shrub with variably-shaped leaves that are sometimes lobed and flowers with whit ...

Hakea cinerea

Hakea cinerea, commonly known as ashy or grey hakea, is a shrub in the family Proteaceae native to areas along the south coast in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It is a showy ornamental species bearing creamy-white flowers ...

Hakea corymbosa

Hakea corymbosa, commonly known as the cauliflower hakea is a plant of the family Proteaceae which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. An attractive extremely prickly bush with sweetly scented yellowish flowers. The nectar rich blo ...

Hakea cristata

Hakea cristata, commonly known as the snail hakea, is a shrub in the family Proteaceae native to Western Australia. An ornamental prickly shrub with attractive foliage and creamy white rounded flowers appearing in profusion in the winter months.

Hakea cucullata

Hakea cucullata, commonly known as hood-leaved hakea, cup hakea or scallop hakea, is a species of shrub in the family Proteaceae and is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. An attractive shrub with unusual distinctive foliage and beaut ...

Hakea falcata

Hakea falcata, commonly known as sickle hakea, is a shrub in the family Proteacea and is endemic to southern Western Australia. It has narrow egg-shaped leaves, cream flowers and blooms in spring.

Hakea florida

Hakea florida is a shrub in the family Proteacea. It is endemic to an area along the south coast in the South West, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.

Hakea ilicifolia

Hakea ilicifolia is an open multi-stemmed shrub or tree typically growing to a height of 1 to 3 metres 3.3 to 9.8 ft. It blooms from August to October and produces strongly and sweetly scented creamy-white or yellow flowers in clusters in the lea ...

Hakea incrassata

Hakea incrassata is a spreading or low compact shrub typically growing to a height of 0.35 to 1.5 metres 1 to 5 ft and forms a lignotuber. The branchlets have white flattened and matted fine hairs. The flat, rigid and evergreen leaves are twisted ...

Hakea lasiantha

Hakea lasiantha, commonly known as the woolly-flowered hakea, is a shrub in the family Proteacea endemic to an area along the south coast in the South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia.

Hakea lasiocarpha

Hakea lasiocarpha, commonly known as long styled hakea, is a shrub in the family Proteacea and is endemic to Western Australia. It has about 30 whitish flowers in clusters in the upper leaf axils, rigid prickly leaves and a limited distribution.

Hakea linearis

Hakea linearis is a shrub or tree in the family Proteacea and is endemic to Western Australia. It has smooth branches, mostly linear leaves and white flowers.

Hakea lissocarpha

Hakea lissocarpha, commonly known as honey bush or the duck and drake bush, is a shrub of the genus Hakea native to a large area in the Mid West, Wheatbelt, Peel, South West, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.

Hakea lissosperma

Flowers commonly form in late spring and early summer between October and December in alpine areas, earlier at lower altitudes. The flowers are white or cream in colour and clustered in leaf axils on stalks usually 4 to 6 mm 0.157 to 0.236 in lon ...

Hakea lorea

Hakea lorea, commonly known as bootlace oak or cork tree, is a species of shrub or small tree in the family Proteaceae found in central and northern Australia. It has needle-shape leaves, yellow, white or green flowers and hard corky bark.

Hakea macrocarpa

Hakea macrocarpa, commonly known as dogwood hakea, is a shrub or tree in the family Proteaceae. It has cream-yellow flowers from May to June and is endemic to Western Australia.

Hakea marginata

Hakea marginata is a shrub in the family, Proteaceae and is endemic to an area in the Mid West, Wheatbelt, Peel, South West, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.

Hakea microcarpa

Hakea microcarpa, commonly known as small-fruit hakea is a flowering plant in the family Proteaceae and is endemic to eastern Australia. It is a spreading shrub, often growing in woodlands, heathlands and near swamps in montane areas of eastern A ...

Hakea nitida

Hakea nitida, commonly called the frog hakea or shining hakea, is a shrub of the family Proteaceae and is endemic to an area in the southern Wheatbelt, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.

Hakea nodosa

Hakea nodosa, commonly known as yellow hakea, is a shrub that is endemic to Australia. It usually has golden yellow flowers in profusion and needle-shaped leaves.

Hakea obliqua

Hakea obliqua, commonly known as needles and corks, is a shrub in the family Proteaceae and is endemic to an area in the Wheatbelt, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.

Hakea oleifolia

Hakea oleifolia, commonly known as dungyn, or the olive-leaved hakea, is a shrub or tree of the family Proteacea and is endemic to an area along the south coast in the South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia.

Hakea pandanicarpa

Hakea pandanicarpa is a non-lignotuberous open erect shrub or small tree 1–4.5 m 3–10 ft high. White-cream to greenish flowers appear on racemes with 4-14 flowers along the length of the stalk. Branchlets and young leaves are closely pressed to t ...

Hakea prostrata

Hakea prostrata, commonly known as harsh hakea, is a species of shrub that is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is a low-lying shrub with prickly leaves and groups of white or cream-coloured flowers in late winter and early spring.

Hakea rugosa

Hakea rugosa, commonly known as wrinkled hakea or dwarf hakea, is a shrub of the family Proteaceae native to Australia. It has sharp needle-shaped leaves and white or cream fragrant flowers in profusion from August to October.

Hakea stenocarpa

Hakea stenocarpa is a shrub in the family Proteacea, commonly known as narrow-fruited hakea. It has scented creamy-white flowers in clusters, often with curling leaves and is endemic to an area in the Mid West, western Wheatbelt, Peel and the Sou ...

Hakea stenophylla

Hakea stenophylla is a spreading shrub or tree typically growing to 5 metres 16 ft high with more or less smooth, dark bark. The branchlets are thickly covered with flattened, soft white hairs, occasionally rusty coloured. The surface quickly bec ...

Hakea sulcata

Hakea sulcata, commonly known as furrowed hakea, is a plant in the family Proteaceae that is endemic to Western Australia. It is a prickly shrub with grooved, cylindrical leaves, sweetly-scented flowers and relatively small fruit.

Hakea tephrosperma

Hakea tephrosperma commonly known as hooked needlewood, is a shrub or small tree species in the family Proteaceae. One of the taller species and adaptable for dry to temperate locations.

Hakea tuberculata

Hakea tuberculata is a shrub in the family Proteacea, endemic to several isolated areas along the coast in the Peel, South West, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.

Hakea ulicina

Hakea ulicina is an erect shrub or small tree growing between 2–5 m 7–20 ft tall, resprouting from a lignotuber. It has long, narrow leaves 3–18 cm 1–7 in long and 1–4 mm 0.04–0.2 in wide with a prominent longitudinal vein. White conflorescences ...

Hakea undulata

Hakea undulata, commonly known as wavy-leaved hakea, is a shrub that is native to the south-west of Western Australia. It has stiff wavy leaves and fragrant cream-white flowers from mid-winter to October.

Hakea varia

Hakea varia, commonly known as the variable-leaved hakea, is a shrub of the family Proteacea and endemic to Wheatbelt, South West, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia. It is a dense prickly shrub with creamy-white ...

Hakea vittata

Hakea vittata, commonly known as the striped hakea, hooked needlewood, is a shrub of the family Proteaceae. Restricted to an area on the Eyre Peninsula and the Gawler Range in South Australia and small areas in eastern Victoria.

Isopogon buxifolius

Isopogon buxifolius was first described by Robert Brown in 1810. In 1891, German botanist Otto Kuntze published Revisio generum plantarum, his response to what he perceived as a lack of method in existing nomenclatural practice. Because Isopogon ...

Isopogon latifolius

Isopogon latifolius grows as a woody shrub with an erect habit to 3 m 10 ft high. The new growth is covered in fine hairs. The thick narrow leaves are 4–14 cm long and obovate to oval in shape. They are glabrous smooth with faint veins and end in ...

Jacksonia scoparia

Jacksonia scoparia, commonly known as dogwood, is a native species of a pea-flowered, greyish, leafless, broom-like shrub or small tree that occurs in the south east of Queensland, Australia and eastern New South Wales.

Laxmannia minor

Laxmannia minor, also known as paperlily, is flowering herbaceous plant that occurs in Southwest Australia. It is a slender, perennial stoloniferous plant, propped on its roots to avoid desiccation when the soil surface temperature is high. The h ...

Lepidosperma viscidum

Lepidosperma viscidum, the sticky saw sedge, is a grass like plant found in south eastern Australia. Usually seen in heath and woodland on sandy and rocky sites, it may grow to 60 centimetres high. This is one of the many plants first published b ...