A short-lived species 1 to 3.5 m high with large, glossy, viscid leaves 54 to 85 mm long by 7.5 to 15 mm wide, large sepals 8.5 to 15 mm long by 3.5 to 8 mm wide and a cream, yellow, mauve or rarely pink corolla 25 to 35 mm long
Flowering start in August and ends in October.
The main flower colour is other. Found in clay loam and sandy clay, adjacent to samphire flats and breakaways between Norseman
. Notes: A rare species named by Bob Chinnock in 2007 from specimens he collected east of Lake Cronin. It is currently known from just two disjunct locations, in both areas appearing following fire or soil disturbance. Interestingly, in one area the flowers are predominantly cream while in the other they are predominantly mauve.
A Field Guide to the Eremophilas of Western Australia
by Andrew Brown and Bevan Buirchell [via John and Val - ExplorOz Wildflower co-ordinator)
Created: 15 Dec 2014 - Member - LG__ (WA)
Updated: 30 Dec 2014 - Member - LG__ (WA)
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