A collection of vascular plants found within the Brisbane Ranges National Park and adjoining Steiglitz Historic Park. Any observations found within the boundaries of the reserve can be included.
For observations on adjoining private land within the broader Brisbane Ranges landscape, there is another collection called "Brisbane Ranges surrounds - Plants".
If you find a species in the national park or historic reserve that is not currently part of this collection, please notify me for inclusion - email@example.com. Thanks.
This grevillea is a low spreading shrub with shiny, lightly toothed, holly-like leaves and bright red toothbrush flowers. It is found in Victoria, mostly confined to the Brisbane Ranges between Geelong & Bacchus marsh. Grows in dry, open eucalypt forest
The stalk of this Grass Tree (Xanthorrhoea spp.)seems to be suffering from vertigo?
These were all burnt in bush fires last year (2005), which causes them to flower.
Brisbane Ranges National Park, near Anakie, Victoria.