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Melaleuca glomerata (Desert Honey Myrtle)

Melaleuca glomerata is scattered widely inland, usually in places receiving extra water, such as near creaklines, salt lakes, clay pans, pools, springs, wateholes etc. It grows to around 6 m high with papery bark. The flowers are creamy in colour and about 15mm in diameter.

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