Sticky Tailflower, Sticky Rayflower

Family: Solanaceae
Genus: Anthocercis
Species: viscosa subsp. viscosa
Main Flower Colour: White


A common sight on rocky headlands along the WA south coast. The Sticky Ray-flower is an upright, dense shrub growing up to 3m high and spreading to 4m across. Leaves are broad, bright green and somewhat sticky. The white flowers have 5 petals, are tubular and star-shaped and are produced throughout the year.


The main flower colour is white.

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Bio Regions

Esperance Plains (ESP)

Region Specifics

Bremer Bay

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