Nartj Wah (what is this?)[edit | edit source]
The tree typically grows to a height of 1.5 to 10 metres producing large yellow flower cones between September wer January. It has distinctive leaves with triangular shaped lobes that look like teeth.
The flowers are a source of nectar, which can be used to make a sweet drink.
Ngiyan waarnk (References)[edit | edit source]
- Plants and People in Mooro Country - Nyungar Plant Use in Yellagonga Regional Park. City of Joondalup. Retrieved 19 September 2016
- Traditional Noongar Knowledge of Endangered Flora. Perth Region NRM. Retrieved 22 September 2016
- Plants of the Denmark walk trails:Traditional Noongar Names and Uses. Green Skills Inc. Retrieved 27 May 2017
- Nannup, F. (n.d) Winjan Tour