Stackhousia Candle / White Candle

Family: Celastraceae
Genus: Stackhousia
Species: huegelii
Main Flower Colour: White


Stackhousia heugelii is a native of Western Australia and is found between the Lesueur Sand plain, to Albany with isolated patches in the Western Murchison and the Fitzgerald N.P.

Flowering start in August and ends in October.


The main flower colour is white. Usually grows in small clumps. The flowers grow upright and are circular like a candle. Hence its common name.


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Bio Regions

Avon Wheatbelt (AVW), Jarrah Forest (JAF), Swan Coastal Plain (SWA)

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