Sweet Bursaria is Seeding

Bursaria spinulosa Sweet Bursaria

Bursaria spinulosa Sweet Bursaria

You may have noticed this large native shrub that has white flowers. It attracts a wide range of insects and lots of butterflies and has a sweet fragrance. Most shrubs are now developing seed. If you grow your own plants then sweet bursaria seed is best collected as the pods dry and open.  You will have more success if you use fresh seed to grow your own plants. They are a good habitat plant for small birds.


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