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Kunzea ambigua (Sm.) Druce

The leaves are narrow, linear in shape to about 10 mm long. The white, scented flowers are clustered into globular-shaped heads at the ends of the branches and are very profuse and conspicuous. Flowering occurs in spring and fhe flowers are followed by small 1-celled fruits which release numerous small seeds when ripe

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What habitats does Kunzea ambigua live in?

heathland, woodland, dry eucalypt forest

What is the distribution of Kunzea ambigua?

Southeastern Australia from Vic to NSW including Tasmania

How big does Kunzea ambigua grow?

Can grow to around 3m high but is really varied in size

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