Westringia fruticosa Coast Rosemary
A very tough shrub with dense foliage of rosemary-like leaves in whorls of three or four, and sparse white flowers year-round.
Habitat: coastal cliffs, where it grows into dense shrubs in areas where the plant would receive the occasional spray of salt water.
Flowering: All year round
Distribution: Along the NSW coast. This plant is frequently planted in gardens throughout Australia, although in tropical parts the foliage is less dense.
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