On Sep 28, 2003, kennedyh from Churchill, Victoria
Australia (Zone 10a) wrote:
Paniculate Thomasia is among the largest Thomasia species, certainly the largest of the four I have growing in my garden. It is a sprawling shrub, growing to nearly 2 metres. Like most Thomasia's it comes from West Australia, but is doing very well in my garden, although it has proved rather too large for the rockery in which it is planted. It is covered in long-lasting mauve-pink flowers every spring. Like all Thomasias, the petals are tiny and it is the sepals that provide the attractive appearance of the shrub in flower.