Urn Heath

Subject: Urn Heath
From: "n/a n/a" <>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2015 11:18:25 +1000
Urn Heath ( Melichrus urceolatus) is flowering now in Little Mulligans Flat. A few YFHEs and 2 Eastern Spinebills have been  feeding on it. It seems to be the only   groundcover shrub present in significant numbers. Any theories why? Have horses, sheep and cattle eaten everything else in the past? And the huge mob of kangaroos, the current residents, eaten every other palatable shrub? Or is the ground so flinty that nothing else will grow there?
Bill Graham
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