In drier areas swathes of Mulla Mullas can make a wonderful springtime display after autumn rain. Upright plant to 75cm. Leaves broad and smooth. Conical flower heads held above foliage. Feathery appearance due to bracts surrounding individual small flowers.
Flowering start in July.
The main flower colour is pink. Conical flower spikes, where the flowers are surrounded by feathery bracts.
The broad green leaves are said to make an excellent salad (but I have not tried them).
of Western Australia
Created: 25 Feb 2014 - Member - John and Val
Updated: 03 Jul 2014 - Member - John and Val
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