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Baeckea imbricata (Heath Myrtle)

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Baeckea imbricata Common Name: Heath Myrtle Family: Myrtaceae Location: Heathland scrub of NSW and QLD – Local to the Central Coast Flower Colour: White Flowers: September to February Soil: Any soil – open; sand-like Drainage: Grows in damp areas Exposure: Best - Full sun; will grow in dappled shade. Cover: Height – 1 x Width –0.5 m Water: Assured moisture level Danger: Frost; drying out of soil. Prune: Shape Attract: Nectar seeking birds This plant is in a 3.5”/9cm square forestry pot. Photos are examples only and are a guide to what your plant can be like when mature. Photo: Alan Fairley

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