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Jacksonia scoparia

Credit: Wikimedia - Author Cgoodwin
This image is originally part of the article Creating A Fragrant Garden from Native Species

Jacksonia scoparia, endemic to Queensland and New South Wales, is a large shrub 3 to 5 metres high and 2 to 3 metres wide. Bright yellow to orange pea flowers appear from September to November. The perfume is soft and delicate. It is moderately frost resistant and suitable for a range of conditions.

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