Barrens Regelia

Family: Myrtaceae
Genus: Regelia
Species: velutina
Main Flower Colour: Red


A large shrub to about 3 metres with attractive, greyish green, velvety leaves to about 13mm long. The large clusters of brilliant red/orange flowers (occasionally yellow) open in spring and are well displayed towards the ends of the branches. Following flowering, seeds develop in woody capsules similar to those formed with Melaleuca species. The seeds are retained within the capsules indefinitely.

Flowering start in September and ends in December.


The main flower colour is red.

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Bio Regions

Mallee (MAL)

Region Specifics

Mount Barren East - Fitzgerald River National Park

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