Styphelia adscendens

Styphelia adscendens

Golden Heath

Usual habitat/distribution:
Coastal heath and dry sclerophyll, reasonably common.
Status:
Not listed
Flowering:
August – November
Description:
Short, spreading shrub up to about half a metre high.
Leaves are mostly elliptical up to about 2.5cm long with a pointy apex, slightly red tinges. Almost parallel looking venation.
Flowers are solitary or close together in axils with scattered hairs inside denser towards the base, creamish/greenish colour
Locations I have seen it:
Peter Murrell Reserve (August 2015)

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