Indigenous Plants castlemaine

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Common Heath (Epacris impressa). It is moderately common around the south of Castlemaine in pink, white & red. It is the state of Victorias floral emblem.

Common Heath (Epacris impressa). It is moderately common around the south of Castlemaine in pink, white & red. It is the state of Victorias floral emblem.

Goldfields Grevillea (Grevillea dryophylla)  This is a small shrub from around Castlemaine in Central Victoria.

Goldfields Grevillea (Grevillea dryophylla) This is a small shrub from around Castlemaine in Central Victoria.

Sweet Bursaria (Bursaria spinosa). This is a well known butterfly food plant with its long anthers bearing the pollen.

Sweet Bursaria (Bursaria spinosa). This is a well known butterfly food plant with its long anthers bearing the pollen.

Cranberry Heath (Astroloma humifusum) is a small prostrate shrub or ground cover to 50cm high. It's common name is as such as it was eaten by early settlers of Australia.

Cranberry Heath (Astroloma humifusum) is a small prostrate shrub or ground cover to 50cm high. It's common name is as such as it was eaten by early settlers of Australia.

Spreading Wattle (Acacia genistifolia). An open prickly shrub. Peak flowering time late summer/autumn. Widespread & common.

Spreading Wattle (Acacia genistifolia). An open prickly shrub. Peak flowering time late summer/autumn. Widespread & common.

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