Diplolaena grandiflora, commonly known as Wild Rose or Tamala Rose, is a shrub which is endemic to Western Australia. It occurs on limestone outcrops and ridges in an area between Geraldton and North West Cape
Esperance wildflowers -- Lechenaultia tubiflora – Heath Lechenaultia The Heath Lechenaultia is common in near coastal sandplain heath either side of Esperance. It then continues west until the big timber country past Albany, where it then heads north to near Perth and the coastal region south of Geraldton. Flowering is recorded from August to January, but around Esperance (dependant on seasonal weather conditions) October to December is usually their best time.