Scale bar: 1cm.
Robust Willow-herb - a native (Epilobium billardierianum ssp. billardierianum)
Family: Onagraceae (Evening Primrose family).
- Like other Willow-herbs, it has long, slender, stalk-like fruit, usually held erect. The petals are on the tips of the fruit.
- it is mostly hairless on the stem and leaves
- the leaves are finely toothed with 4 to 20 teeth on each side
- the leaves are sometimes reddish
- the seeds have short tufts of hairs, which aid in wind dispersal of the seeds.
1. The leaves are finely toothed. Golden Square Indigenous Garden.
2. The leaves are reddish. Bed of Moonlight Creek.