Attractive small shrub, important component of coastal cliffs and shrub land vegetation
This erect, grey-green, leafy shrub grows up to a height of 1m and has straight, slender branches with prominent leaf scars. Its bark is orange-brown. Young branchlets have whitish hairs. The grey-green, soft lance-shaped leaves are up to 25 mm long, with pale silky hairs on their undersides. The blacky fleshy fruits are very conspicuous, terminating the branch ends wherever flowers have been present. Flowering and fruiting specimens may be seen throughout the year. Its flowers range in colour from white to yellow.
Pimelea tomentosas natural habitat are open grassy cliff tops.
It grows in a variety of conditions but performs best in free draining soil and full sun.
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