Grevillea johnsonii (Johnson's Grevillea) is a shrub species which is endemic to New South Wales in Australia. Flowers appear between August and November in the species native range. Grevillea johnsonii mainly occurs in the Goulburn and Capertee River catchments
Pimelea physodes. Qualup Bells. Winter flowering. Native to Western Australia. erect in habit, to between 0.2 and 1m. The species occurs in the coastal region between Albany and Esperance, including the Fitzgerald River National Park.
Hakea cinerea ( Ashy-leaved Hakea) is a species of shrub in the Proteaceae family. It is native to Australia, like all of the 150 species in the genus. Specifically, it is endemic to Western Australia, where it generally grows within 70km of parts of the southern coastline
Eucalyptus ficifolia: Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra, the capital city of Australia. The garden supports a living collection of around 74,000 individual plants arranged in 40 hectares of themed sections. It is the largest scientific collection of Australian native plants in which the collection originates from plants sourced from the wild, accompanied by herbarium specimens for taxonomic study.