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Family Myrtaceae

Baeckia imbricata

Diagnosis: A low shrub with its branches covered by many, closely-packed, cusp-shaped leaves. The small, white flowers are nestled in among the leaves on the top part of the branches.

Flowering: Summer to early autumn

Habitat: sandy soils, wet heath

Distribution: In Sydney widespread from coast to mountains. NSW north coast to southern tablelands

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