Elingamita johnsoniiOctober 2nd 2005
Shrub to 6 m.
From West Island on the Three Kings, this plant is becoming more common in northern gardens. It is one of the worlds rarest plants with only a few members in the wild. With its glossy foliage and attractive fruits, it makes an ideal coastal small tree or shrub
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