Other WildflowerPlectranthus graveolens

Unnamed at Merimbula, NSW

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Plectranthus graveolens at Merimbula, NSW - 13 Nov 2017
Plectranthus graveolens at Merimbula, NSW - 13 Nov 2017
Plectranthus graveolens at Merimbula, NSW - 13 Nov 2017

Identification history

Other Wildflower Plectranthus graveolens 19 Nov 2017 BettyDonWood652
Unidentified 19 Nov 2017 LizAllen607

Author's notes

can't find this ,looked thro 'all other wildflowers but must have missed it.

3 comments

JackieMiles1K wrote:
   20 Nov 2017
Actually it is very unlikely to be graveolens in that location, since it grows pretty much exclusively on rock outcrops. I'd say it is P. parviflora growing in a shady site, with unusually large leaves.
BettyDonWood652 wrote:
   21 Nov 2017
According to Plantnet, graveolens has leaf margins with 15-19 pairs of teeth, and parviflorus leaf margins have 4-12 pairs of teeth. That was the basis of my ID.
JackieMiles1K wrote:
   21 Nov 2017
Hmm. I have both growing in my yard and I found a more or less identically toothed leaf on each species: 6 or 7 teeth on parviflorus, 9 on graveolens. I look more at texture (fleshy for grav, thin for parvi) and hairness (velvety for grav, scabrid for parvi). The teeth number might depend a bit on leaf size/growing conditions. But on looking at Liz' photos again I see they are rather velvety looking, so maybe it is graveolens. I recall now there is some very rocky terrain upstream on Merimbula Creek, so seed might have washed down. It can get lankier looking than usual when growing in shade, as this specimen is.

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Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 4 - 15 Abundance
  • 13 Nov 2017 Recorded on
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