The Cootamundra wattle (Acacia baileyana) was introduced to South Australia from the eastern states as a garden plant. It occurs mainly in the Northern and Southern Lofty regions around the Adelaide Hills. Since it is not native to South Australia it is considered a weed. Rosa Fiveash, 1937.
Wittunga Botanic Garden is one of several gardens that make up the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. It was first established as a private garden but has been open to the public for some time now. The plant collection has a mixture of both Australian native plants and exotic plants from many countries.
Hederecia is a species of violet which is native to Australia. It is common and widespread in Victoria and Tasmania, along the Great Dividing Range in New South Wales north at least to the Barrington Tops area, in the far south-east of South Australia, and in a small area of the Adelaide Hills between Belair and Mount Lofty