|Scientific name||Thryptomene denticulata (F.Muell.) Benth.|
Genus: From Greek, thryptomene, broken or in small pieces; possibly referring to the small flowers.
Species: Latin, denticulatus, with very small teeth.
|Distribution||In the wild this species is confined to western Western Australia, in the Irwin District.|
|Native habitat||It is a coastal or near-coastal species occurring in shrubland or heathland in sand.|
|Description||A small spreading shrub with arching branches with pinky mauve flowers.|
|Flowering/fruiting||Profuse flowers from autumn to spring.|
|Location in garden||You'll find it scattered around the Garden in Beds 14b and 14d on the Connections Garden, in the annual beds at the base of the Connections Garden, at Lakeside and in the Big Idea Garden.|
|Garden Explorer||View Thryptomene denticulata on Garden Explorer|