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Sweet Bursaria (Bursaria spinosa)

Sweet Bursaria (Bursaria spinosa)

The sweetly-scented flowers of this shrub appear in moist eucalypt forest in north Queensland in November.
Not everyone thinks so favourably of this species, however, for it forms prickly thickets.
Sweet Bursaria is abundant throughout the eucalypt open forests and woodlands of eastern and south-eastern Australia.

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Ika Zinka Eferl08-Dec-2013 20:07
Very nice photo of the little white blooms!V!
Jean Chiasson08-Dec-2013 16:32
Beautiful image and light Don vote
Terry Sprague05-Dec-2013 14:29
Beautiful white waxy looking blooms seem to say fragrant!
Yvonne05-Dec-2013 10:30
Beautiful little blooms, a gorgeous looking little plant, but the thorns can't
be worse than roses can they? At least birds appreciate them. v
larose forest photos04-Dec-2013 22:46
It is beautiful. Pretty freshly white flowers, set off by those glossy leaves. Prickly thickets can sometimes be an advantage!
Missed Opportunities04-Dec-2013 22:11
Looks fresh and lushious, especially the plump green leaves
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