|From Nematolepis phebalioides|
I have been watching these flowers and every time I saw them I'd vainly try to remember their names. Normally when I have trouble with a plant name I just revert to the common name and call it even, but the Nematolepis has no common name so I was stuck. The entire genus is made up of this single species and it grows nowhere else in the world besides Western Australia. It's endemic region is a small area of the South Coast, East of Albany to Israelite Bay, but we are lucky to have them in the park.
It grows to about 3 ft high and produces 5 petaled flowers that merge into a tiny elongated bell with a green tip that is bird pollinated.