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Broad Leaf Drumsticks
The Broad-leaf Drumsticks (Isopogon anemonifolius) is readily identified by its flat fork like leaves.
Its younger leaves become red in the cooler months, and this gives each flower a sensational red and green surround.
The 15mm wide flowers appear in spring and summer, and can be found along the New South Wales coast and adjacent ranges.