Polygala virgata

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AVERAGE SIZE (H) x (W): 2m x 1m
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Polygala virgata is an erect, evergreen shrub. A single stem is formed at the base of the plant and slender hairless branches occur at the top. The leaves are narrow and lance-shaped and light green, approximately 50 mm in length.  Deep purple flowers are borne at the ends of branches. The flowers look similar to that of a pea family. Peak flowering time is from September to February. The fruit is a two-celled capsule and the seed is small, black and oval shaped.

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Plant in the back of an herbaceous border. Also suitable to introduce height to a small garden.
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