Tetratheca glandulosa

Black-eyed Susan is a small pink/ purple flowered herb. They grow on ridgetops, upper slopes and to a lesser extent mid-sloping sandstone. Soils are generally shallow. There are known sightings of this herb in the northern end of the Council area. This plant is vulnerable due to fragmentation and urban development.

This species is listed as Vulnerable under the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Act, 2016.