Description: This is a very slow growing specimen, however, it flowers heavily when young. It has large, thick yellow-green or gray-green leaves, bright yellow flowers on a mallee habit. It is native to West and South Australia, usually found in shrubland or sand dunes. It is considered as a rare species. The flowers are usually yellow, in groups of 11. In South Australia, it is found along the Nullarbor Plain and northwards to Maralinga. This is a shrubby type species, very attractive in flower and suited to well-drained soils with rainfall averages less than 600 mm (24") annually.
|Temperature Rating||USDA Zone 9|
|Type||Small shrub to 6', lignotuber|
|Native||West Australia, South Australia|
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