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Hibbertia sericea

Hibbertia sericea, or silky Guinea-flower, is a species of small perennial shrub, in the family Dilleniaceae, that is endemic to Australia. It has small yellow five-petalled flowers 2 centimetres to 3 centimetres across. The species was first for ...

                                               

Hibbertia vestita

Hibbertia vestita, commonly known as hairy Guinea-flower, is a small shrub that is native to Australia. It grows to 30 cm high and has yellow flowers which appear throughout the year. The species was first formally described and named by English ...

                                               

Homalanthus stillingiifolius

Homalanthus stillingiifolius is an Australian shrub in the spurge family. Mostly found in rocky areas in eucalyptus forest. Occasionally seen on the margins of rainforests.

                                               

Homoranthus darwinioides

Homoranthus darwinioides, commonly known as fairy bells, is a shrub species in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. It is endemic to New South Wales in Australia.

                                               

Hovea lanceolata

Hovea lanceolata is a shrub in the pea family, native to Australia. It grows up to 2 metres tall and is found on rocky areas, sandy soils and ridges. Usually growing west of the Great Dividing Range in northern New South Wales and Queensland. The ...

                                               

Hovea montana

Hovea montana, commonly known as alpine hovea, mountain hovea or alpine rusty-pods, is shrub species in the family Fabaceae, native to Australia. The species occurs in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. The Latin specific epithet montana ref ...

                                               

Howittia

Howittia is a plant genus that contains just one species, Howittia trilocularis, a shrub which is native to Australia. For the brachiopod genus, see Howittia brachiopod.

                                               

Hybanthus monopetalus

Hybanthus monopetalus, the slender violet-bush, is a common plant in the violet family. It is found in eastern Australia in dry eucalyptus woodland, often in sandstone or granite derived soils, where it is seen growing in relatively shady moist s ...

                                               

Hybanthus stellarioides

Hybanthus stellarioides is an annual herb to 30 cm 12 in high, with scattered, sparse hairs on the stem. The leaves are discolorous, recurved and can be entire or toothed. The leaves are 1–8 cm 0.39–3.15 in long and 2–8 mm 0.079–0.315 in wide. Fl ...

                                               

Hybanthus vernonii

Hybanthus vernonii, the erect violet, is a small plant in the violet family. Found in eastern Australia in eucalyptus woodland, often in sheltered sites on sandstone based soils. Two subspecies are recognized Sub-species vernonii. (Подвид vernoni ...

                                               

Isopogon petiolaris

The first scientific collector of the species was Allan Cunningham, who described it as Isopogon petiolaris in his notes. The name was retained by Robert Brown, who published the first description of the species in 1830. In 1891, German botanist ...

                                               

Ixora beckleri

Ixora beckleri, commonly known as brown coffeewood, is a species of flowering plant in the family Rubiaceae. It is endemic to rainforests of eastern Australia, south to Forster in New South Wales.

                                               

Kennedia procurrens

Kennedia procurrens, commonly known as the purple running pea, is a species of trailing shrub in the family Fabaceae found in northern New South Wales.

                                               

Kennedia retrorsa

Kennedia retrorsa is a species of vine in the family Fabaceae found only in the Mount Dangar area and the adjacent Goulburn River catchment in New South Wales. It flowers from September to December producing pink, purple, or scarlet flowers.

                                               

Lasiopetalum baueri

Lasiopetalum baueri, commonly known as slender velvet bush, is a common shrub of the mallow family. It was first described by Joachim Steetz in 1806. It was named for the 19th century botanical artist Ferdinand Bauer. Lasiopetalum baueri is a sma ...

                                               

Lasiopetalum behrii

Lasiopetalum behrii, commonly known as the pink velvet bush, is a shrub species which is endemic to southern Australia. It grows to 1.5 metre high and has long, narrow leaves which are between 4 and 9 cm in length and 0.5 to 3 cm wide. These have ...

                                               

Lasiopetalum ferrugineum

Lasiopetalum ferrugineum, commonly known as rusty velvet bush or rusty petals, is a common shrub of the mallow family found in eastern Australia. Growing up to a metre tall, much of the plant is covered in rusty hairs. Found in forest, woodland a ...

                                               

Lasiopetalum macrophyllum

Lasiopetalum macrophyllum, commonly known as shrubby velvet bush, is a common shrub of the mallow family found in eastern Australia. Growing up to a metre tall, much of the plant is covered in rusty hairs. It is found in forest, woodland and heat ...

                                               

Lawrencia squamata

Lawrencia squamata is a species of plant in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is endemic to Australia and occurs in all Australian states.

                                               

Leionema ambiens

Leionema ambiens is a rare shrub growing in the Guyra district of New South Wales, Australia. It has a ROTAP listing of 3RC-. The habitat is near granite boulders, it grows to 2.5 meters in height. White flowers appear in whorls in spring, petals ...

                                               

Leionema elatius

Leionema elatius, commonly known as tall phebalium, is a shrub species that is endemic to the states of New South Wales and Queensland in Australia. It grows to between 2 and 5 metres in height, with leaves that are 15–35 mm long and 3–10 mm wide ...

                                               

Leionema phylicifolium

Leionema phylicifolium, commonly known as alpine phebalium, is a shrub that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. Plants grow to 1.5 metres high and have narrow leaves with recurved edges. Yellow flowers in a cylindrical arrangement appear at th ...

                                               

Lenwebbia

Lenwebbia is a genus of 2 species of shrubs or small trees in the myrtle family Myrtaceae. The genus is named to honour the Australian plant ecologist Dr. Leonard Webb. The genus occurs in mesic forests along or near the east coast of Australia, ...

                                               

Lepidium monoplocoides

Lepidium monoplocoides, the winged peppercress, is a nationally endangered plant species endemic to inland south-eastern Australia. The winged peppercress can grow from 15 up to twenty centimeters tall. This plant has long, slender leaves. Becaus ...

                                               

Leptospermum deuense

Leptospermum deuense is a shrub that is endemic to New South Wales, Australia It grows to about 1.5 metres high and has elliptic to obovate leaves that are about 10 to 30 mm long and 6 to 8 mm wide. The flowers, which are solitary or in pairs, ap ...

                                               

Leptospermum grandifolium

The mountain tea-tree is a tall Australian shrub, up to 6 metres high. Often seen near creeks on soils derived from sandstone. It may also be seen in sub-alpine areas near Mount Kosciuszko. The specific epithet grandifolium refers to the" large l ...

                                               

Leptospermum lanigerum

The woolly tea-tree is a small tree or medium shrub from the plant family Myrtaceae. Its common name derives from the conspicuously hairy capsules produced as fruit, along with the fine, silky hairs present on branches and leaves. L. lanigerum is ...

                                               

Leptospermum myrsinoides

Leptospermum myrsinoides, commonly known as silky tea-tree or heath tea-tree, is a shrub species that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. It grows to between 1 and 2 metres high and has narrow leaves that are about 5 to 10mm long and 1 to 3 mm ...

                                               

Leptospermum obovatum

Leptospermum obovatum is a flowering shrub in the family Myrtaceae. The species was first formally described by Robert Sweet in 1827. It grows up to 3 meters, width 1.5 meters, and blooms in summer, producing white flowers are 8-12mm in diameter.

                                               

Lepyrodia scariosa

Lepyrodia scariosa is a common species of grass-like plant of the family Restionaceae. It is found mainly in New South Wales in moist sand or peaty soil, growing up to 90 cm tall in heath and woodland and near the edges of swamps. The specific ep ...

                                               

Leucochrysum albicans

Leucochrysum albicans, commonly known as hoary sunray, is a species in the family Asteraceae. It is endemic to Australia. It grows to 45 cm high and has grey-green woolly leaves that are between 2.5 and 10 cm long and 1 to 9 mm wide. The flowerhe ...

                                               

Leucopogon parviflorus

Leucopogon parviflorus, commonly known as coast beard-heath or native currant, is a shrub or small tree in the family Ericaceae. It is native to Australia and New Zealand. It grows to between 1.2 and 5 metres in height and has leaves that are 11 ...

                                               

Limonium australe

Limonium australe is a species of sea lavender known by the common name native sea lavender. It is native to Australia, where it is known to inhabit saltmarshes and mud flats along the eastern coast from northern Tasmania to Mackay in Queensland.

                                               

Lobelia heterophylla

Lobelia heterophylla is a blue to purple flowered herb found in Southern Australia. The specific epithet refers to the variety of leaf forms found on individual plants. The species was first described by Jacques Labillardiere in his seminal work ...

                                               

Logania albiflora

Logania albiflora is a shrub found in eastern Australia. Despite being uncommon, it may be found in a variety of different forest and woodland habitats. The genus was named after James Logan. The specific epithet refers to the very fragrant white ...

                                               

Lomatia myricoides

Lomatia myricoides grows as a woody shrub or small tree, reaching 2–5 m 6.6–16.4 ft high, or rarely up to 8 m 26 ft high. The leaves are lance-shaped or oblong, 50–200 mm 2.0–7.9 in long and 5–20 mm 0.20–0.79 in wide and have a pointed apex. They ...

                                               

Maireana aphylla

Maireana aphylla, also known as cotton bush or leafless bluebush, is a leafless shrub that is endemic to Australia. It is usually rounded in form and grows to around 1.5 metres in height. The species occurs in all countries of the continent and t ...

                                               

Maireana georgei

Maireana georgei, commonly known as slit-wing bluebush or satiny bluebush, is a shrub species that is endemic to Australia. It grows to between 0.15 and 1 metre high.

                                               

Marsdenia flavescens

Marsdenia flavescens, the Yellow Milk Vine is a vine found in eastern Australia. Other common names include Hairy Milk Vine and Native Potato. The initial sample was collected by the Explorer Allan Cunningham in Illawarra district in the early 19 ...

                                               

Marsdenia lloydii

Marsdenia lloydii, the corky marsdenia, is a climbing plant found in eastern Australia. This member of the Dogbane family exudes white sap when leaves are broken from the stem. The stems have a white fissured corky covering. This plant is found i ...

                                               

Meiogyne stenopetala

Meiogyne stenopetala is a species of plant in the custard apple family Annonaceae. Often found as a small tree or shrub in lowland sub tropical rainforest in Australia.

                                               

Micromyrtus ciliata

Micromyrtus ciliata is a small spreading shrub in the myrtle family. It is often seen growing to less than half a metre tall, in coastal heathland of poor quality soils derived from sandstone. Small flowers occur from spring to early summer. The ...

                                               

Mirbelia baueri

Mirbelia baueri is a low shrub, between 20 and 50 cm tall found in New South Wales, Australia. Sometimes seen in the form of mats on the heathland floor. Typical of many of the Australian pea plants, yellow and red flowers form in late winter or ...

                                               

Mirbelia oxylobioides

The species grows to three metres in height and has stems covered with soft downy hairs. The pointed leaves are narrow and ovate and arranged in pairs. They are 2 to 10 mm long and 1 to 4 mm wide. The pea flowers are orange-yellow with red markin ...

                                               

Mirbelia rubiifolia

Mirbelia rubiifolia is a small and spreading shrub in the family Fabaceae. Heath Mirbelia is endemic to Australia. It is found in sclerophyll forest and woodlands, as well as heath on sandy soils on the coast or tablelands, often in areas liable ...

                                               

Mitrasacme polymorpha

Mitrasacme polymorpha is a common perennial herb found in eastern and southern Australia. Often found near the coast on sandy soils in heathland, though also found at higher altitudes. It grows to 15 cm tall, leaves with a width of from 4 to 15 m ...

                                               

Morinda jasminoides

Morinda jasminoides, known as the sweet morinda or jasmine morinda, is a common climber growing in eucalyptus forests and rainforests of eastern Australia. There is a record of this plant in the far north of Western Australia. Sweet Morinda-a sma ...

                                               

Neolitsea dealbata

The species grows up to 12 metres high. It has glossy, elliptic to obovate leaves which have whitish undersides. Younger leaves and branchlets are covered with brown hairs. It has small, 2 mm long flowers followed by rounded, black fruits which a ...

                                               

Neptunia dimorphantha

Neptunia dimorphantha, commonly known as sensitive plant, is a trailing perennial plant from Australia in the legume family Fabaceae. It produces yellow flowers between July and November. The species was first formally described by Czech botanist ...

                                               

Nicotiana occidentalis

It grows as an annual or short-lived perennial herb, from ten to 120 centimetres high, with white or pink flowers. It is densely covered in sticky hairs.

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