Epacris impressa

Epacris impressa

Common Heath

Usual habitat/distribution:
Very common in dry heath, open forests.
Status:
Not listed
Flowering:
August – November
Description:
Medium sized shrub which is highly variable in leaf and flower size and length and flower colour with white to pink and deep pink flowers.
Flower is a long tube shape with distinctive dimples at the base. Flowers are solitary from leaf axils and concentrated towards the end of the branch.
Leaves are alternately arranged and are narrow and sharply pointed.
Locations I have seen it:
Peter Murrell Reserve (August 2015)

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