Epacris breviflora (drumstick heath)

Epacris breviflora - An erect shrub which usually grows to a height of 0.5–1.0 m (2–3 ft) and has hairy young branches. The leaves are egg-shaped. The leaves have a rounded base and a sharply pointed tip. The flowers are clustered in the axils of the upper leaves. The petals are joined to form a white, bell-shaped tube with five lobes on the end. Flowering is mainly in summer but flowers are usually present throughout the year. Family: Ericaceae

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Epacris breviflora (drumstick heath) 1

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Epacris breviflora (drumstick heath)

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