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Prostanthera denticulata

Prostanthera denticulata, commonly known as rough mintbush, is a shrub that is native to south-eastern Australia It has a low, spreading habit, growing to 1 metre high. The leaves are 4 to 10 mm long and 2 to 3 mm wide. The flowers are mauve or p ...

                                               

Prostanthera hirtula

Prostanthera hirtula has a spreading habit, growing to between 0.4–2 m 1–7 ft high, there are prostrate forms. The leaves are 10–30 mm 0.4–1 in long and 1.5–6 mm 0.06–0.2 in wide. In spring deep mauve to violet, sometimes pink flowers appear in u ...

                                               

Prostanthera melissifolia

Prostanthera melissifolia grows to 2m tall. The species has purple bell shaped flowers tinted with pink and small dark green leaves. The species occurs in New South Wales and Victoria.

                                               

Prostanthera phylicifolia

Prostanthera phylicifolia, commonly known as spiked mint-bush, is a species of plant in the family Lamiaceae. The species was first formally described by Victorian Government Botanist Ferdinand von Mueller in 1858 in Fragmenta Phytographiae Austr ...

                                               

Prostanthera rhombea

Prostanthera rhombea, commonly known as sparkling mintbush, is a shrub that is native to south-eastern Australia It has an open habit, growing to between 0.5 and 2 metres high. The aromatic leaves are 2 to 6 mm long and 2 to 5.5 mm wide. The flow ...

                                               

Prostanthera rotundifolia

Prostanthera rotundifolia, the roundleaf mint bush, is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae, one of about 90 Australian endemic species from the genus Prostanthera. Its native distribution is in South Australia, New South Wales, V ...

                                               

Prostanthera saxicola

Prostanthera saxicola is a shrub that is native to south-eastern Australia. It has a variable habit, growing to between 0.2 and 2 metres high. The leaves are 3 to 15 mm long and 1 to 6 mm wide. The white or mauve flowers appear between July and F ...

                                               

Prostanthera serpyllifolia

Prostanthera serpyllifolia, commonly known as small-leaved mintbush, is a small shrub that is native to southern Australia It grows up to 0.5 metres in height and has leaves that are ovate in shape and are 1.5 to 3 mm long and to 0.7 mm to 1.3 mm ...

                                               

Prostanthera striatiflora

Prostanthera striatiflora, commonly known as jockeys cap or striped mintbush, is a shrub species that occurs in the dry interior region of Australia. It grows to between 0.5 and 2 metres high. The leaves are 8 to 30 mm long and 2 to 10 mm wide. W ...

                                               

Prostanthera walteri

Prostanthera walteri, commonly known as monkey mint-bush or blotchy mint-bush, is a shrub that is native to south-eastern Australia It has a spreading habit, growing to between 1 and 2 metres high. The leaves are 10 to 30 mm long and 5 to 15 mm w ...

                                               

Ptilotus exaltatus

Ptilotus exaltatus Nees, also commonly known as the pink mulla or tall mulla mulla, is one of the largest mulla mullas. The species is endemic to much of mainland Australia. This reliable perennial or ephemeral herb usually grows to a height of 1 ...

                                               

Ptilotus macrocephalus

Ptilotus macrocephalus is a native Australian perennial herb growing up to 50 centimetres high. The species was originally described as Trichinium macrocephalum by Robert Brown in 1810 based on specimens from Victoria, Australia. In 1816, it was ...

                                               

Pultenaea daphnoides

Pultenaea daphnoides is a shrub which is endemic to Australia. It is a member of the genus Pultenaea and the family Fabaceae. Species is an erect shrub that can grow from 1 to 3 meters in height. Leaves cuneate, obovate to and from 5 to 40 mm in ...

                                               

Pultenaea flexilis

Pultenaea flexilis known as the Graceful Bush-pea is an erect shrub found in eastern Australia. Growing to 4 metres in height, it is found north of Deua National Park, New South Wales to the state of Queensland. The habitat is the drier eucalyptu ...

                                               

Pultenaea gunnii

Pultenaea gunnii, commonly known as golden bush-pea, is a shrub which is endemic to south-eastern Australia. It is a member of the genus Pultenaea and the family Fabaceae. The species occurs in Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.

                                               

Pultenaea juniperina

Pultenaea juniperina, known by the common names "prickly beauty" and "prickly bush-pea", is a native Australian plant belonging to the Fabaceae family. Taking the form of a spiky shrub up to 1.5m tall with abundant yellow-orange pea flowers typic ...

                                               

Pultenaea mollis

Pultenaea mollis is an erect shrub endemic to south-eastern Australia. Found growing up to two metres tall in dry sclerophyll forest areas on sandy soils, south of Gosford, New South Wales. It is a member of the genus Pultenaea and the family Fab ...

                                               

Pultenaea tenuifolia

Pultenaea tenuifolia, commonly known as the slender bush-pea, is a plant which is endemic to Australia. It is a procumbent shrub found in coastal areas of southern Australia and Tasmania with sandy and limestone soils. It has red and yellow flowe ...

                                               

Rhodamnia whiteana

Rhodamnia whiteana, known as the cliff malletwood or Whites malletwood is a sub-tropical rainforest plant of eastern Australia. It is named in honor of botanist C. T. white. Generic name Rhodamnia is derived from the Greek Rodon, meaning "rose". ...

                                               

Rhodanthe anthemoides

Rhodanthe anthemoides, commonly known as chamomile sunray, is a perennial species of the daisy family Asteraceae. It is endemic to Australia. Plants have multiple stems rising from the base which reach up to 40 cm high and spread to 60 cm wide. T ...

                                               

Richea continentis

Richea continentis, the candle heath, is a species of flowering plant in the family Ericaceae that is endemic to Australia. It is multi-branched shrub growing to between 0.5 and 1 metre high. Leaves are 1 to 4 cm long. The inflorescence is 30 cm ...

                                               

Ripogonum discolor

Ripogonum discolor, known as the prickly supplejack, is a common rainforest vine, found in eastern Australia. The original specimen was collected at the Clarence River. Lives in the States of Queensland and New South Wales.

                                               

Rostellularia adscendens

Rostellularia adscendens is an Australian plant species in the family Acanthaceae. It grows to between 10 and 50 cm high. It occurs along streams or in rocky areas in woodland in Western Australia, the Northern territory of South Australia, New S ...

                                               

Sannantha pluriflora

Sannantha pluriflora, commonly known as tall baeckea, is a flowering shrub or small tree species in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. It is endemic to Australia. Plants grow to 4 metres high. White flowers appear in groups of three to seven between O ...

                                               

Sannantha similis

Sannantha similis is a flowering shrub or small tree species in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. It is endemic to Australia. Plants grow to 4 metres high. White flowers appear in groups of 3 to 7 between October and January in the species native ran ...

                                               

Scaevola albida

Scaevola albida, known by the common name of white fan-flower, is a prostrate shrub found in Australia, growing "from south-eastern Queensland through eastern New South Wales and coastal areas of Victoria and Tasmania in a range of habitats". Unl ...

                                               

Scaevola hookeri

Scaevola hookeri, the creeping fan-flower or alpine fan-flower, is a prostrate perennial herb in the family Goodeniaceae. It is native to eastern Australia. Leaves are 6 to 50 mm long and 2 to 15 mm wide. Flowers are white or blue with a yellowis ...

                                               

Senecio pectinatus

Senecio pectinatus, commonly known as alpine groundsel, is a species of flowering plant in the aster family. The species occurs in alpine areas of south-eastern Australia in peat-based soils. It has divided leaves forming a basal rosette and prod ...

                                               

Senecio velleioides

Senecio velleioides, commonly known as forest groundsel, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. Lives in the Australian States of New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.

                                               

Sprengelia incarnata

Sprengelia incarnata, commonly referred to as the pink swamp-heath, is a flowering plant species of the family Ericaceae. Sprengelia is a small genus containing only four species, all of which are endemic to Eastern Australia. S. incarnata was fi ...

                                               

Spyridium vexilliferum

Spyridium vexilliferum, the winged spyridium, is a shrub in the family Rhamnaceae, endemic to South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales in Australia. It grows to between 0.3 and 0.9 metres in height and produces small white flowers ...

                                               

Stackhousia viminea

Stackhousia viminea the Slender Stackhousia is a common small Australian plant. It grows to 70 cm tall. The habitat is heathland, pastures, eucalyptus woodland and forest, usually in moist areas. It features attractive yellowish/red flowers. The ...

                                               

Stellaria flaccida

Stellaria flaccida, the forest starwort, is a wildflower found in eastern and southern Australia. A small ground covering plant. It may grow to 50 cm tall, but usually seen shorter than this. Perennial or annual, with weak stems. Sometimes the ro ...

                                               

Stylidium armeria

Stylidium armeria, the thrift-leaved triggerplant, is a species of Stylidium that is native to Australia. It is an herbaceous perennial that grows from 50 to 100 cm tall. Narrowly lanceolate to narrowly oblanceolate leaves, about 15–40 mm long, a ...

                                               

Stylidium laricifolium

Stylidium laricifolium, the larch-leaf or tree triggerplant, is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the genus Stylidium. S. laricifolium is endemic to Australia and is found primarily on the east coast of Australia from Queensland through Vict ...

                                               

Stylidium productum

Stylidium productum is a small plant found in eastern Australia. Common in the Sydney region, it grows on soils derived from Hawkesbury Sandstone. Flowers appear in spring and summer, with five pink petals, but one is very small.

                                               

Swainsona behriana

Swainsona behriana, commonly known as Southern Swainson-pea, is a small perennial plant in the family Fabaceae that is native to Australia. It grows to 15 cm high, has hairy stems and pinnate leaves that are 3 to 5 cm long. Racemes of 2 to 7 purp ...

                                               

Swainsona galegifolia

Swainsona galegifolia is a flowering plant in the genus Swainsona in the family Fabaceae, native to Australia. It produces swainsonine. A related species, Swainsona greyana, known as the darling pea.

                                               

Synoum

Synoum is a monotypic genus of evergreen tree in the family Meliaceae. It is endemic to Australia where it is found along the eastern sub-tropical to tropical coast, usually on the margins of rainforests, in Queensland and New South Wales. The ge ...

                                               

Tasmannia insipida

The leaves are lance-shaped from 80 to 200 mm long with a peppery flavour when crushed. The small white flowers occur in umbels from the leaf axils in spring through to summer. Separate male and female flowers are borne on the one plant - male fl ...

                                               

Telopea mongaensis

Telopea mongaensis, commonly known as the Monga waratah or Braidwood waratah, is a shrub or small tree in the family Proteaceae. Endemic to Australia, it grows at high altitude in south eastern New South Wales, where it is often seen in moist are ...

                                               

Templetonia stenophylla

Templetonia stenophylla, commonly known as leafy templetonia, is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae. It is endemic to eastern Australia.

                                               

Tetratheca bauerifolia

Tetratheca bauerifolia, commonly known as heath pink-bells, is a small shrub in the family Elaeocarpaceae. It is endemic to eastern Australia.It is a small shrub which may grow to 30 cm high. Deep pink flowers appear between September and Decembe ...

                                               

Tetratheca ciliata

Tetratheca ciliata, commonly known as pink-bells, is a small shrub in the family Elaeocarpaceae. It is endemic to southern Australia. It is a small shrub that can grow up to 100 cm high. Deep lilac-pink flowers appear in October and November in t ...

                                               

Teucrium racemosum

Teucrium racemosum, commonly known as grey germander or forest germander, is a perennial herb in the family Lamiaceae. The species occurs across Australia in open woodland. It grows to between 15 and 40 cm high and produces white flowers mostly b ...

                                               

Thryptomene hexandra

Thryptomene hexandra is a shrub in the family Myrtaceae, endemic to Australia. It grows to 2.5 meters in height, with a spreading habit and produces white flowers in the axils of the upper leaves in groups of 1-3. Its leaves are narrow and up to ...

                                               

Toechima tenax

Toechima tenax, known as the brush teak, is a rainforest tree found in eastern Australia. The specific epithet tenax probably refers to the tough wood. It grows in the drier forests from Richmond river, New South Wales in the South to Bundaberg i ...

                                               

Trachymene ornata

Trachymene ornata, or spongefruit, is a slender annual herb in the family Araliaceae. It is native to Australia and found in Western Australia, South Australia and New South Wales.

                                               

Trichodesma zeylanicum

This species was first published as Borago zeylanica by Nicolaas Laurens Burman in 1768. In 1810, Robert Brown transferred it into Trichodesma, but this was retained only until 1882, when Ferdinand von Mueller transferred it into Pollichia. In 18 ...

                                               

Trigonella suavissima

Trigonella suavissima is a herbaceous plant that is endemic to Australia. It is a member of the genus Trigonella and the family Fabaceae. Common names include Cooper clover, Menindee clover, calomba, Darling trigonella, sweet fenugreek, channel c ...