Wilsonia R.Br.

Calyx tubular, 5-toothed. Plants from saline areas Wilsonia
Plants with spreading hairs. Leaves broadly ovate, apex acute to obtuse 1.5–4 mm long. Calyx c. 5 mm long, as long as the corolla. Corolla white, tube broad. Stamens and style slightly exserted. Herb with prostrate stems. Coastal. Royal National Park. Endangered. Fl. spring-summer Wilsonia rotundifolia
Plants glabrous or nearly so, often forming dense dark green mats. Leaves linear to narrow-oblong, 6–15 mm long. Calyx 5–8 mm long; the teeth much shorter than the tube. Corolla tube slender, exceeding the calyx; the lobes reflexed, white. Stamens and style much exserted. Small procumbent perennial herb. Margins of saltmarshes, e.g. Parramatta River. Vulnerable. Fl. spring–summer Wilsonia backhousei