Stirlingia latifolia, commonly known as Blueboy, is a plant endemic to Western Australia. It grows as an erect shrub from 20 cm to 1.5 metres high. It occurs throughout western parts of Western Australia's Southwest Botanical Province, ranging from Kalbarri in the north, south to Albany. In many areas it is very common. It grows in deep sand, amongst heath, shrubland and woodland
Australian Native Plant Profile: Fraser Island Creeper (Tecomanthe hillii)
Grevillea caleyi, also known as Caley's Grevillea, is a shrub which is endemic to Australia. It grows up to 4 metres in height and flowers between August and December in its native range. It occurs on ridges in a restricted area within the north-eastern suburbs of Sydney in woodland heath
Xylomelum pyriforme, commonly known as the woody pear, is a tree species in the family Proteaceae. It is endemic to Australia. The plant's range is from the New South Wales mid-north coast south to Mittagong, with an outlying record from the vicinity of Cooma
Baeckea imbricata, commonly known as heath myrtle, is a heathland shrub found in coastal areas and nearby ranges in New South Wales in Australia. It grows to 1 metre high and has small ovate leaves. White flowers appear between spring and late summer.
Melaleuca armillaris, known as the Bracelet honey myrtle, is a plant native to South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania in southeastern Australia. M. armillaris ranges from a large shrub to a small weeping tee growing to 5 metres (16 ft) in height. It has distinctive decumbent branching and twigs with narrow linear leaves. Flowers are arranged in cylindrical inflorescences, with conspicuous staminal claws