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Wahlenbergia violacea

Last Modified: 19-11-2018 17:09

Wahlenbergia violacea
Wahlenbergia violacea

Wahlenbergia violacea or violet harebell is an indigenous flowering plant found throughout New Zealand, typically on clay soil. 

Flowers are small blue or violet, 10-20mm diameter on long, branching stems up to about 50cm with several flowers per stems. 

Flowering is mid spring through to autumn.

This example was photographed in the Wither Hills Farm Park.

Location: Latitude: -41.556999 Longitude: 173.969727"

Image Date: 2/11/2018

Photographer: Christopher Cookson

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