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Blue Banksia | Banksia plagiocarpa   Flora of Hinchinbrook island:  among the many striking sights is the rare blue banksia with its blue-grey flowers, gnarled cones and spectacular rusty-red new foliage.

Blue Banksia | Banksia plagiocarpa Flora of Hinchinbrook island: among the many striking sights is the rare blue banksia with its blue-grey flowers, gnarled cones and spectacular rusty-red new foliage.

Macadamia tetraphylla is a tree in the Proteaceae family native to southern Queensland and northern New South Wales in Australia. Common names include Macadamia Nut, Bauple Nut, Prickly Macadamia, Queensland Nut and Rough-shelled Queensland Nut. This species has dense foliage and grows up to 18 metres in height. It has long, pendant creamy pink to purple flowers, followed by woody, rounded fruits which are 2 to 3 cm in diameter and contain edible nuts

Macadamia tetraphylla is a tree in the Proteaceae family native to southern Queensland and northern New South Wales in Australia. Common names include Macadamia Nut, Bauple Nut, Prickly Macadamia, Queensland Nut and Rough-shelled Queensland Nut. This species has dense foliage and grows up to 18 metres in height. It has long, pendant creamy pink to purple flowers, followed by woody, rounded fruits which are 2 to 3 cm in diameter and contain edible nuts

Eucalyptus rhodantha, commonly known as the rose mallee, is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia producing rose red flowers in the summer months. Unlike most other Eucalyptus sprcies, the rose mallee retains its juvenile foliage throughout the life of the tree

Eucalyptus rhodantha, commonly known as the rose mallee, is an endangered plant endemic to Western Australia producing rose red flowers in the summer months. Unlike most other Eucalyptus sprcies, the rose mallee retains its juvenile foliage throughout the life of the tree

A selection of red/pink Grevillia flowers

A selection of red/pink Grevillia flowers

Calathea | Cat safe, non toxic | Weinig of gefilterd licht | Vochtige lucht  temperatuur van 15-23 graden Celsius | 2 keer per week een scheutje water en regelmatig een sproeibeurt, dan geeft de plant daar schone lucht voor terug | Best te verpotten in het voorjaar

Calathea | Cat safe, non toxic | Weinig of gefilterd licht | Vochtige lucht temperatuur van 15-23 graden Celsius | 2 keer per week een scheutje water en regelmatig een sproeibeurt, dan geeft de plant daar schone lucht voor terug | Best te verpotten in het voorjaar

Leucopogon verticillatus, or Tassel flower, is the tallest epacrid in Western Australia. The leaves are a light green to yellow-orange in color and have clear veins. The small flowers form tassels of pink or red. It grows in heavy soils in Karri, Jarrah, Tingle and similar forests in the south west botanical province. The plant is an understorey plant and likes partial shade, although it can tolerate full sun if sufficient water is available

Leucopogon verticillatus, or Tassel flower, is the tallest epacrid in Western Australia. The leaves are a light green to yellow-orange in color and have clear veins. The small flowers form tassels of pink or red. It grows in heavy soils in Karri, Jarrah, Tingle and similar forests in the south west botanical province. The plant is an understorey plant and likes partial shade, although it can tolerate full sun if sufficient water is available

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri. However it is restricted mainly to Shark Bay's unique tree heath region, particularly around the southern part of Nanga

Eucalyptus beardiana (Beard's mallee) is a tree endemic to Western Australia. It is found on red and yellow sands between Shark Bay and Kalbarri. However it is restricted mainly to Shark Bay's unique tree heath region, particularly around the southern part of Nanga

Hakea francisiana (species formerly known as Hakea coriacea)

Hakea francisiana (species formerly known as Hakea coriacea)

Queensland Tree Waratah

Queensland Tree Waratah

Dryandra nivea.  Native to Western Australia has a creeping suckering habit with a height of not much more than 30 cm making it an ideal native ground cover.

Dryandra nivea. Native to Western Australia has a creeping suckering habit with a height of not much more than 30 cm making it an ideal native ground cover.

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