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The Cranbrook Bell - Darwinia meeboldii Sterling Ranges, WA.

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The Cranbrook bell is regarded as one of the most exquisite mountain bells of the Stirling Range National Park.

The slender shrub grows to 3m tall. It has linear leaves of 5 to 8mm and the tri-coloured inflorescence bracts are up to 3cm long enclosing a group of flowers inside.

It is found growing on the rocky slopes of the western end of the ranges in the Stirling Range area.

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