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Thryptomene hyporhytis

Thryptomene hyporhytis Conservation Status: Not threatened Name Status: Current Shrub, to m high.

Eastern Queen-of-Sheba Orchid: Thelymitra speciosa - The Orchids of Western Australia

Eastern Queen-of-Sheba Orchid: Thelymitra speciosa - The Orchids of Western Australia

The Queen of Sheba

The Queen of Sheba - Thelymitra speciosa - This flamboyant beauty is native to Western Australia. It grows in open, sandy clays in exposed plains within the Wheatbelt. It’s reliant upon Tulasnella fungi for germination.

Matchstick Banksia (Banksia Cuneata) from a restricted area in south Western Australia (central Wheatbelt).

Matchstick Banksia: Banksia cuneata - From a restricted area in south Western Australia (central Wheatbelt).

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The Banksia men stories Red Banksia Flowers - grow wild in the Stirling Ranges, south west Western Australia

Sturt's desert pea

Galegean species, Sturt's Desert Pea (Swainsona formosa), is widely regarded as the stuff that gardeners' dreams are made of, despite being notoriously difficult to grow.

Cranbrook bell ~ Barbara Waldoch - Pixdaus  (Darwinia meeboldii (Cranbrook Bell) is a shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia.)

Cranbrook bell ~ Barbara Waldoch - Pixdaus (Darwinia meeboldii (Cranbrook Bell) is a shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia.

Protea.   ("Hakea laurina.")     Google search:  "Hakea is a genus of 149 species of shrubs & small trees in the Proteaceae, native to Australia. They are found throughout the country, with the highest species diversity being found in the SW of Western Australia. Wikipedia."      (Pinned both to Nature - P&F-Flowers-*Odd Non-Orchid Flowers... & Nature - P&F-Flowers-Proteas....)

Hakea laurina (Pin-cushion Hakea) is one of the most beautiful native plants of south-western Australia. In Italy and America its uses include street and hedge planting. by David Lade, via ShutterStock

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