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15 Sep 2019
02 Oct 2014
Flower colour without the typical apricot tones
Shrub to about 1 m tall, possibly Pultenaea platyphylla.
Note: flat pods (bottom right of pic); alternate leaves, darker on upper surface with flat margins; calyx densely silky hairy.
Pultenaea largiflorens or platyphylla occur up that way?
06 Oct 2014
Thanks Chris. I can only think it is platyphylla - the leaf margins are completely flat.
Grevillea alpina (Warby Ranges)
The Warby Range G. alpina is easily the most beautiful form of the species.
Are you sure of the ID for this one? It's caught me out before. There are two near identical species that vary based on hairiness between nodes in the stem.
Internodes are whitish/wooly and the leaf-sheaths are easily at least twice as long as wide. P. nanteuilii distribution is mainly east and west Victoria.
18 Sep 2012