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New hope for rare Westringia

The Snowy River Westringia (Westringia cremnophila), last seen in the wild in 2002, has been found again. They only occur on sheer cliffs along a short stretch of the Snowy River requiring white-water rafts to access. The relatively high number of plants found on this expedition (only four were seen in 2002) was a good sign for the survival of the species, but cuttings were also taken for propagation at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. Source: Living on the Edge! - Rare plant continues to hang on (December 2011)



More information about Westringia coming to this page in the future.

Other Information Online


Genus Westringia New South Wales Flora Online
Westringia fruticosa Australia National Botanic Gardens
Westringia fruticosa (Willd.) Druce New South Wales Flora Online
Westringia fruticosa "A View from Yallaroo", NSW
Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' Australia National Botanic Gardens
Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' Australian Native Plants Society (Australia)
Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' Australian Native Plants Society (Australia)
Westringia Wynyabbie Gem "A View from Yallaroo", NSW
Westringia amabilis Southern Downs Regional Council, Qld
Westringia eremicola A.Cunn. ex Benth. New South Wales Flora Online
Westringia eremicola "A View from Yallaroo", NSW
Westringia fruiticosa Rooting Database, University of California, Davis

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