Grass trees, Xanthorrea, Australia.

Grass trees, Xanthorrea, Australia (also called black boys or Balga Bushes)

This scene typifies Australia's outback. A Ghost Gum's smooth white bark contrasts with the rugged red-brown ridges of the MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory. #SteveParish #Australia #Landscape http://www.steveparishgallery.com/products-page/outback/macdonnell-ranges-nt-2/

This scene typifies Australia's outback. A Ghost Gum's smooth white bark contrasts with the rugged red-brown ridges of the MacDonnell Ranges, Northern by Steve Parrish

BANKSIA splendida. Native to Western Australia. Flowers have a pungent sweetish scent similar to that of many species of Banksia, there are two subspecies, with both yellow and maroon flowered plants occurring in each subspecies.

Native to Western Australia. Flowers have a pungent sweetish scent similar to that of many species of Banksia, there are two subspecies, with both yellow and maroon flowered plants occurring in each subspecies.

Banksia media Australian Native Plant

Found this pin on the impressive board "Australian Flora" maintained by pinner "Mike's Place." I recommend that you look there for Australian plants. those plants are stunners!

Correa backhouseana

What a beautiful flower from a bud that looks like an acorn! Correa backhouseana is a species of flowering plant in the family Rutaceae. It is a coastal shrub, endemic to southern Australia. It grows up to 2 metres in height.

LIVING TRAVEL - SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Ngarkat Conservation Park - Mallee Country

LIVING TRAVEL - SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Ngarkat Conservation Park - Mallee Country

Banksia prionotes

Banksia prionotes, commonly known as Acorn Banksia or Orange Banksia, is a species of shrub or tree of the genus Banksia in the family Proteaceae. It is native to the southwest of Western Australia

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