Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
The Bunjong is an erect shrub growing to about 2 m tall, buyt usually less. The leaves are narrow elliptical, tapering to a point at tip, and grow 2 cm to 3 cm long. The plant flowers in winter, spring and summer from August to December. The flowers are white with pink flush in centre and produced in ball-shaped flower heads up to 50 mm in diameter. Each individual flower has four sepals that look like petals.
The Bunjong is found in the south west corner of Western Australia,
Relatives in same Genus
Pimelea flava ssp Flava