You may know these as eriostemon - they went through a name change in the 90s - or (confusingly) as waxflower. They're not at all related to Geraldton waxflower! They are dense and bushy, flower for a long time from early winter to late spring; and are very adaptable to grow, tolerating sun and shade, frost and dry spells. You'll find them in the wild in inland, range, and coastal sites, from VIC through ACT and NSW up to southern QLD.
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