Isopogon formosus

kalaryder

Baldivis, Australia

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Found in spring 2013 at the Nana Taylors Reserve along the Great Northern Highway, Western Australia

Isopogon formosus or Rose Cone Flower is a shrub that is endemic to areas near Albany and Esperance in Western Australia. In occurs naturally in heathland and woodland areas. Its has an erect or bushy form and is usually between 1.5 and 2 metres high. The pink flowers appear from mid winter to early summer. Rounded “drumsticks” containing the seeds appear later, formed from the old flower parts.The plants leaves are divided, narrow, terete and about 5 cm long. (Wikipedea)

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