There are more than 1000 species of wildflowers, many of which are commonly seen.
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03 Sep 2016
Nice early flowering.
05 Sep 2016
06 Aug 2016
30cm in sand
in sand - 25cm. Not sure of subspecies?
12 Aug 2016
80cm in damp clayey area
vast numbers of these plants mostly finished flowering in previously burnt area
60cm plant - striking light blue
small colony this was the largest about 40cm tall
07 Aug 2016
1.5m loose shrub
Hairy leaves like C. aemula.
sprawling loose shrubs to 2m
Prostrate shrub about 75cm
Chris Lindorff and Lorraine Phelan
Described by Neil Marriott as Acacia sp. aff. farinosa - growing in seasonally wet clay. Low spreading shrub to 1 metre. 3 metres wide.
2-3m tall shrubs along Redmans Road
27 Mar 2016
29 Dec 2015
Recolonising prolifically following January 2014 bushfire of the northern Grampians.
Growing at base of cliff of Back Wall at Hollow Mountain. Procumbent shrub.
Growing from rock crevice (Back Wall of Hollow Mountain), approx. 2m from ground.
Plants to 2.5m tall, producing green berries that appear to turn yellow with age. Leaves predominately non-lobed, narrowly lanceolate (linear-lanceolate) to 10cm long.
Regenerating plants following the January 2004 bushfire of the northern Grampians.
18 Sep 2015