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Plants of the Month - August

Doryanthes excelsa (Gymea Lily)

Doryanthes excelsa

On the Gymea lily, the dense clusters of red flowers at the top of the 3-4 m tall flowering stems are produced in June-September. Photo: Coastal Plants CD.
Styphelia tubiflora (Gymea Lily)

Styphelia tubiflora

This is a straggly understorey shrub that is fairly common in the Royal National Park. It usually has bright red flowers but rarely you can find plants with pale pink or white flowers tipped with red like this one that was found growing near National Falls. Photo: Margaret Bradhurst.

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