April, May, June, July
An erect to spreading shrub, Dodonaea aptera can gain a height of up to 3m high. It occurs naturally on coastal to near coastal sand and limestone. The flowering period is late autumn to early winter, with the decorative ripe four angled fruits appearing in early summer.
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