9 responses to “Leptospermum rotundifolium”

  1. shivangi


  2. Beverley

    Leptospermum rotundifolium – Z9 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths

  3. elizabeth a airhart

    i admire the talent and shareing on your page
    i come every day and this day i say thank you

  4. Stan Flouride

    I recognize this and most (if not all) of the previous Australian flora pics as fairly common to the SF Bay Area. Our common lack of water makes these xerophilic plants popular among local gardeners.

  5. fotrristi

    Amazing! Very beautiful!!

  6. bev

    I come here for the beautiful photos and associated plant info, but once again, your various links are outstanding! In addition to Mr. Darwin’s revelations, I clicked on last year’s post (Eriophyllum) and found the photographic atlas link – wonderful for a self-teaching amateur botanist. Many thanks for all the work you put into this site.

  7. Cyndy Henderson

    Dainty … makes me wish a cup of tea out of one of my bone china cups, perhaps tomorrow!

  8. Cyndy Henderson

    PS I agree with elizabeth airhart.

  9. Sue

    I have this growing in one of the gardens I care for in a somewhat protected area in Seattle. Has withstood freezing temperatures and snow. Is about 6′ tall and very beautiful. We transplanted it about two years ago and didn’t suffer for the transplanting.

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