Eremophila nivea

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Eremophila nivea , also known as Silky Eremophila, is a shrub which is native to Western Australia.


It is a whitish-grey tomentose shrub that grows to between 1 and 2 metres in height and has blue, purple, or violet flowers between late winter and mid spring (August to October in Australia).


The first description of this species was published in 1986 by botanist Robert Chinnock.


It occurs on undulating plains and road verges in a small area to the south east of Geraldton.


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