HEADLAND ZIERIA FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Zieria prostrata is a dense prostrate shrub that spreads to about one metre in diameter. The green leaves are elliptical and about 15mm long. It produces clusters of small white or pink flowers with four petals in spring and winter. Flower buds are pink. The fruits are reddish green and made up of one to four lobes connected at the base. The plant has a very limited range and is listed as endangered.
0.1m - 0.2m
0.5m - 1m
found in coastal heathland
Zieria prostrata is found in a fairly small area near Coffs Harbour on the north eastern coast of New South Wales
|Common Name:||Headland Zieria|