COASTAL WESTRINGIA FACTS
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The Coastal Westringia is a small dense coastal shrub growing to about 1.5 m tall with a spread of about 1.5 m. The leaves are oval, tapering to a point at the tip, are in whorls around the stem. The plant flowers in winter and spring. The flowers are white or pale lilac with the upper petal divided into two lobes.
often found near the coast
The Coastal Westringia is found in Tasmania.
|Common Name:||Coastal Westringia|
Relatives in same Genus