Solanum sturtianum, Sturt’s Nightshade, flowering at Mt Serle Station in July. While some of the Solanum family are edible, the fruit of the Sturt’s Nightshade is poisonous.
Cassinia laevis, the native Curry Bush is seen here on a rocky rise.
Desert cassia in flower in early winter.
Mulga flowering in late autumn.
Flinders Ranges wattle in bloom in early winter.
Local boobialla in flower, commonly seen around water catchments in the Flinders Ranges.