Lechenaultia pulvinaris, or cushion leschenaultia, is endemic to central Western Australia. The Wikipedia article for the genus explains why the common name contains a “s”, but the name of the genus does not: Lechenaultia.
These ground-hugging shrubs occur in open patches of sandy ground. The rounded compact mats of cushion leschenaultia can grow up to 20cm (8 in.) tall and be 30cm (12 in.) in diameter. To see these pale blue to purple flowers with yellow centres, it is best to visit in the summertime–from October to December.
In the past, Lechenaultia pulvinaris was listed with conservation status under the state’s Western Australian Wildlife Conservation Act of 1950. The state status had been rescinded, but the species was still listed federally. A 1999 reassessment (PDF) recommended that the federal conservation status be similarly dropped, as the species did not meet any eligibility criteria for listing. While populations sometimes decline to apparently low number of individuals (which may have been occurring when the first assessments were made), the populations become bountiful in the years following fire disturbances.