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Westringia fruticosa (Coastal Rosemary) is a shrub that grows near the coast in eastern Australia. The flowers are white, hairy and have the upper petal divided into two lobes. They also have orange-to-purply spots on their bottom half.
This shrub is very tough and grows on cliffs right next to the ocean. Its tolerance to a variety of soils, the neatly whorled leaves and all-year flowering make it very popular in cultivation.
Growing on exposed cliffs in Coogee, Sydney
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