The WA Christmas Tree (Nuytsia floribunda) is the world's largest mistletoe. How apt that it flowers around December! Here are a couple of photos.
You will see in the above photos that the leaves are quite dark green. Often the trunks have been burnt, making these trees very distinctive in Perth bushland - black trunks, dark green leaves, bright orange-yellow flowers.
Morrison Featherflower (Verticordia nitens) is a shrub with an unusual umbrella-shaped growth on a long stalk. The flowers tend to form a cap. Some people mistakenly think that this plant is a "baby Christmas Tree". The petals have soft feathery margins, hence the common name of featherflower. Here are some photos, below.
When you're travelling around, keep an eye out for these spectacular plants. Try taking some photos of them. You could even try growing them - Morrison Featherflower is great in the garden, and I have half a dozen plants growing along the path to my front door to welcome guests.