Agonis

Agonis is a genus of four species in the plant family Myrtaceae. All are endemic to Western Australia, growing near the coast in the south west. Only one, Agonis flexuosa, grows to tree size; the others generally grow as tall shrubs. Agonis formerly contained a number of other species, but the genus was recently split, with the majority moved to T...
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Agonis

(Agonis Linearifolia, Juniper Myrtle, Willow Myrtle, Willow Peppermint) This genus of some 12 species is found only in Western Australia. They are shrubs and small trees. Leaves small to long, alternate, entire, often densely clustered. Flowers small, clustered white to pale pink…
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