Polygala myrtifolia (Bellarine pea, myrtle leaf milkwort,)

Polygala myrtifolia - An upright shrub usually growing 1-2.5 m tall. Its alternately arranged leaves are relatively broad and borne on very shorts stalks. These leaves are relatively thick and leathery with entire margins and rounded tips. The flowers are bright pink to pale purple and closely resemble pea flowers.  Famille : Polygalaceae

Polygala myrtifolia (Bellarine pea, myrtle leaf milkwort,) 1

Author : Brigitte Mengelle-Touya
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Online since: March 28th 2018


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Categories : Polygonaceae - Family - Vertical - Portrait - Photos subjects - Plant Family - Perennial plants -

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