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Thursday, 17 November 2016


Pimelea ferruginea is a small shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae native to southwest Western Australia. It was described by Labillardiere in 1805. Shown here is the hybrid Pimelea 'White Solitaire', which has beautiful balls of snow white flowers that contrast nicely with the small, glossy dark green leaves. It is a lovely compact shrub.

This makes a wonderful dwarf feature shrub for the front of a sunny garden bed or in a pot or rockery situation. Trim back behind the spent flower heads at the end of spring. Good in sun or part shade, and does best in well drained soil types. Feed with a good low phosphorus plant food in spring.

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  1. Great shot. Somehow it reminds me of a plant we grow in our region. Perhaps a Verbena? love to see all these unknown plants from down under. Groetjes,

  2. Oh Nick,

    so beautiful this flower.
    And a little bit funny ;)
    I like it.

    Best wishes - Julia

  3. Beautiful and perfectly round! Thanks for hosting:)

  4. Every tiny flower is perfection!

  5. It's such a stunning flower, your riceflower! Looks like porcelaine ...
    Have a very happy weekend ... Frauke

  6. Nick, fantastic shape. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Hello Nick,
    what wonderful blossoms, I love your picture!
    Have a nice weekend,

  8. Hello Nick,
    This is a very pretty and perfectly round flower.
    Thanks for sharing.
    And have a nice weekend.

  9. At first glance it reminder me of the onions flowers we have here, but I see it is a shrub. It would be a lovely small shrub.

  10. Stunning structure for a shrub! The one that's about to bloom on bottom right is so cute. ^.^

  11. Hi Nick. This reminds me of the northern version of a viburnum flower. The blooms are beautiful and you have captured them perfectly!