Alyogyne hakeifolia

Alyogyne huegelii is more commonly seen in local gardens than A. hakeifolia.  A. huegelii, with its lobed foliage is native to coastal dune areas along nearly the entire south coast of Australia;  A. hakeifolia, with needle-like foliage, to sandy areas, rocky loams, and limestone in the southern part of western Australia. 

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  1. Very pretty! How large does it get in your garden? Did you find it locally or did you have to forage afar for it?

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    1. Seen in a neighbor's garden nearby--I saw it for sale at a local garden center and almost went for it, but didn't. I'm not sure where I'd put it--and then there's the drought. Xeric plants still need water to get established.

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  2. An absolutely beautiful flower and plant dear Hoover and I see there are many buds there too, such a great photo. :) Western Australia has some beautiful wildflowers.
    xoxoxo ♡

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    1. Glad you liked the photo--I thought it turned out pretty. Very photogenic plant!

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  3. Everything of this unknown plant to me is beautiful, the foliage, the buds and the flower.

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    1. Also not well known to me, but I agree, it is all beautiful!

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  4. Oh Hoover, you need this plant! Beautiful!

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