Beaufortia squarrosa

kalaryder

Baldivis, Australia

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Beaufortia is a small genus of about 19 species, all of which occur naturally only in south Western Australia. B.squarrosa is a small to medium shrub about 1.5 to 2 metres high. The small leaves are oval-shaped, tapering to a point, and about 5 mm long. The bright red (occasionally yellow or orange) flowers occur towards the ends of the branches in globular-shaped clusters and are conspicuously displayed. Flowering occurs mainly in spring. Following flowering, seeds develop in woody capsules similar to those formed with Melaleuca species. The seeds are retained within the capsules indefinitely. Info:http://anpsa.org.au/b-squ.html

Photo taken in Kings Park Perth in Western Australia

featured in Wildflowers and Grasses group 04/12/12

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