Bushy shrub with erect branches and clusters of white flowers.
Pimelea traversii is a bushy shrub that grows up to 60cm tall and has erect branches which bear pairs of fleshy oval leaves, hairy white and pink flowers and dry fruit.
Flowers appear between October and April and are quite fragrant. The ovoid green fruits appear between December and June.
It is endemic to the South Island where it grows in the drier parts of Central Otago, Marlborough and Canterbury. It is usually found on rock outcrops and stable stone fields, moraines, landslides or sometimes grassland.
Does best in full sun on a well drained soil.
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