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The Many-flowered Honeysuckle is a many stemmed shrub. It produces clusters of ball-shaped yellow, orange or red flowers from winter to summer (June to December). The branches are upright to spreading. The leaves are linear or narrowly obovate and 15mm to 80mm long by 3mm to 7mm wide. The leaf midrib is prominent below and the vein pattern is prominent above. The fruit is about 1cm long with beak at one end and two straight or curved horns at the opposite end. There are two varieties - Lambertia multiflora var. darlingensis has yellow flowers and Lambertia multiflora var. multiflora has orange-red flowers.
0.5m - 2m
grows on sand, sandy clay, laterite, granite and limestone soils. Found at foot of escarpments, rocky hills, plains, gorges, road sides.
endemic to the south-west of Western Australia.
|Common Name:||Many-flowered Honeysuckle|
Relatives in same Genus