Dampiera linearis(Common Dampiera or Wedge-leaved Dampiera is an erect perennial herb in the family Goodeniaceae. The species, which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia, grows to between 0.15 and 0.6 metres in height. It produces blue flowers between July and December in its native range. In cultivation, the species prefers a well-drained situation in full sun or light shade. It tolerates some dryness and moderate frost (Wikipedia)
Photo taken in the Baldivis Nature Reserve in Western Australia in Spring.
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