Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Heath-leaved Honeysuckle is a spreading shrub or tree. It produces orange to red tubular flowers from spring to autumn. The leaves are narrow and linear , about 8mm to 20mm long and 1.5mm wide. Fruit is ovoid and about 1cm long with a beak at the end. Plants often have an open habit, but can be kept bushier in the garden by pruning.
1.4m - 5m
1m - 2.5m
grows on sandy clay, sand, gravelly loam or laterite on foothills, slopes and range ridges
endemic to the south-west of Western Australia
|Common Name:||Heath-Leaf Honeysuckle|
Relatives in same Genus