Pultenaea daphnoides Large-leaf Bush-pea
Easily identified by its leaves, which are narrow at the base and broad at the top, ending in a narrow point. They are conspicuously folded along the midvein and are dark green above, and silvery underneath. The flowers appear at the top of a tuft of leaves at the ends of the branches.
Flowering: late winter and spring.
Habitat: In undergrowth in forest on sandy soils. Always in sheltered, shady positions.
Distribution: in Sydney from coast to mountains. From central New South Wales coast to South Australia; also in Tasmania.
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