Chloanthes coccinea   No English name Endemic

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Confined to a small area in the wheatbelt of southwest Australia, this endemic shrub reminds UK botanists of a foxglove. It hasn't got an English name but Wheatbelt Foxglove would do nicely. There was a fair amount of this in full flower and very close to the airstrip which runs along one edge of the reserve.

W.A. Wild Flower Society tour. 15th September 2007 Harrismith Reserve

Added on 15th May 2008, updated 1st December 2008, updated 14th March 2010, updated 17th July 2015

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