A companion for anyone who wishes to identify Australian wildflowers in their native habitat, parks or gardens. It provides identification of over 1000 of the most common species, encompassing a high proportion of those most likely to be seen in the field. Wildflowers include small trees with spectacular flowers, flowering shrubs, herbaceous plants, lilies and some orchids. Each wildflower species selected is individually treated with a full-colour photograph, common and scientific names, and information on the distribution, habitat, colour (including variations), flower size and type. Important floral regions such as the Grampians in Victoria and the Barrens and Stirling Ranges in Western Australia are represented in this guide.