Lambertia formosa (Australia)

Lambertia formosa Sm., Trans. Linn. Soc. 4: 223 1798. (Syn: Lambertia barbata Gand.; Lambertia formosa var. longifolia Andrews; Lambertia formosa var. pallida Guilf.; Lambertia formosa f. tomentosa Domin; Lambertia proxima Gand.; Protea nectarina J.C.Wendl.); 

Australia (EC- to NE-New South Wales) as per Catalogue of Life;


 
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Flora--Aus-79: Lambertia formosa-a shrub on the heath, along the sea shore, known as `mountain devil.`, F Proteaceae, native here.
 
 
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This beautiful shrub from Proteaceae is an Australian native.. Lambertia formosa Sm.
Pics recorded from Mount Tomah Botanical Garden, NSW... 

wow. do you have the whole plant
Thanks ... for liking...I do not have its habit pics..!! It was raining and too windy when I hurriedly clicked some of plants at Mount Tomah Botanical Garden...!!
thats ok. thanks. i went to that botanic garden site and looked it up. its one of the smaller protea, a native australian plant. not yet used much in cut flower trade though, i wonder why 
 


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