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4 min read | by Ros Walcott, Updated 13/04/2019

 

 

I have a grafted Eremophila flaccida subsp. flaccida which has been flowering for two months.  This plant began flowering in February and is still flowering now. The dark green leaves are spoon shaped and serrated. The flowers are blue-violet and the sepals are pink which deepen in colour as they age and stay on the bush after the flowers have fallen off. This plant is very susceptible to frost, so I keep it indoors over winter. This delicate looking plant grows in the western central area of Western Australia.

 

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