Bottlebrush Kunzea

The Bottlebrush Kunzea (Kunzea baxteri) or Crimson Bottlebrush, a member of the Myrtaceae family, is native to the south-west of Western Australia. Like many other popular native plants, they made their way into Australian gardens on the East coast through specialist native nurseries which became popular from the 1970s.

These specimens pictured below, were growing at the entrance to the platform at the Colac Railway Station.

Bottlebrush Kunzea (Kunzea baxteri), Railway Station, Colac, Victoria
Bottlebrush Kunzea (Kunzea baxteri), Railway Station, Colac, Victoria
Bottlebrush Kunzea, (Kunzea baxteri), Railway Station, Colac, Victoria

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Acknowledgements

I respect and acknowledge the Gulidjan people as the First Peoples and Traditional custodians of the land and waterways on which I live.

I acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging.

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