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Baeckea imbricata

Family: Myrtaceae

Baeckea imbricata is a small straggling shrub to 1 m high, found in heath, most commonly near the sea.

The flattish leaves are rounded, about 4 mm x 4 mm and overlap along the upright stems.

The tiny flowers are white to pinkish, stalkless and each is a single flower at the base of a leaf.

Baeckea imbricata flowers from February to May.

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Baeckea imbricata
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