Hakea clavata is a Western Australian shrub. A common name for the species is Coastal Hakea. The shrubby species is spreading or sprawling in habit, up to 0.5 to 2.0 metres in height. The flowers are white and pink, and appear between January and October. It is found near Esperance, Western Australia and south eastern areas of the south west Botanical Province. It is endemic to the region
Wildflower - Western Australia This is a species of Calytrix. The key identifying feature is the long thread on each lobe of the calyx. The tricky part is that apparently all of the flower petals have already fallen off. What remains are the sepals (fused into a calyx), which originally sat behind the petals and alternated with them.
BANKSIA prionotes. Indigenous to Western Australia the Acorn Banksia is a common and widespread species, generally reaching around 4 metres in cultivation .The leaves are linear, and have deeply serrated margins. The cylindrical flower spikes are conspicuous as they occur at the end of the branches and have a distinct acorn shape. The flowers open orange in colour usually during autumn and winter. An outstanding ornamental species and ideal for cut flower production.