This woody climber is a native Clematis. The ‘bearded’ Clematis is a female as seen flowering in mid November near Rawnsley Bluff in the central Flinders Ranges.
Solanum quadriculatum also known as the Felted Nightshade or Wild Tomato is highly poisonous. Found in clay soils.
Euphorbia drummondii, also known as Caustic Creeper or Milkweed, growing throughout the Flinders Ranges has a caustic milky sap.
Minnie Daisy, Minuria leptophylla, growing in gibber plains and gravels.
Silver Mulla Mulla, Ptilotus obovatus, growing on a rocky outcrop.
The succulent Rounded Noon-Flower, Disphyma crassifolium ssp clavellatuam, growing in the sandy northern margins of the Spencer Gulf.
Lemon Scented Grass, Cymbopogon ambiguus, has a sweet, aromatic lemon aroma and is palatable as a tea. Found throughout the Flinders Ranges in shales, rocky creeks and gullies.
An Inland Pigface succulent, Carpobrotus modestus, out of its comfort zone in the clay plains south of Farina.
Erodium cygnorum, known as Blue Storksbill emerging during winter in crags and roadsides near Lyndhurst.
Solanum sturtianum, Sturt’s Nightshade, flowering in July.