Thyme Riceflower
Slim summer look
Thyme Riceflower
Buds and leaves
Thyme Riceflower (Pimelea serpyllifolia ssp serpyllifolia)Class: Plants (Plantae) - Land Plants (Charophyta) - Land Plants (Equisetopsida) - Shrubs & Bushes
Order: Mallows (Malvales)
Family: Daphne (Thymelaeaceae)
Species: Thyme Riceflower (Pimelea serpyllifolia ssp serpyllifolia)
This Photo:     Structure

General Species Information:
Found on Ellura (in the Murray Mallee, SA) and elsewhere
An innocuous plant that, having identified it, is suddenly everywhere

It has the tiniest little yellow flowers that look like 10 pin bowling pins.
Through the year it changes appearance dramatically
Over summer it sheds a lot of leaves and looks totally different to it's luscious spring time cover.

Copyright © 2013-2021 Brett & Marie Smith. All Rights Reserved. Photographed 04-Jun-2013
This species is classed as LC (Least Concern) in the Murray Mallee, SA, by DENR (Regional Species Status Assessments, July 2010)