Olearia Pannosa ssp Pannosa 2012

 

In the last few weeks I have found two solitary wild plants of Olearia Pannosa growing in fencelines on the Arthurton Road. This plant is a threatened species in the wild, being particularly threatened by Bridal Creeper choking, farmers’ sprays and roadside weed spraying by contractors.

Both individual plants that I managed to locate were growing at the base of eucalypt trees which seems to be a common site for Olearia from my searches online.

Olearia Pannosa Sep 2012

Olearia Pannosa. Arthurton Road Sep 2012

 

Olearia Pannosa Sep 2012

 

 

 

 

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