Leucadendron album is a species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae. It is endemic to South Africa. It is an erect, evergreen, silvery shrub and reaches 1.5–2 metres tall, growing from a single basal stem. It is typically found on well-drained sandstone slopes on the Swartberg, Langeberg, Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains, usually at altitudes of 1100–2000 metres.
Leucadendron microcephalum is a dioecious, single-stemmed, South African shrub belonging to the family Proteaceae, endemic to the Western Cape and growing from sea-level to 1200m. It is one of some 200 species in the genus, all confined to South Africa.