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Zieria baeuerlenii

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​Almost 2 years ago over 300 endangered Zieria baeuerlenii (Bomaderry Zieria) that were grown at the Botanic Garden were planted back into the wild.

Sadly a large bushfire went through the replanting and the wild population last year destroying most of the planted area.

Amazingly some these plants (both wild and replanted) are showing their ability to survive and are reshooting from their root plates underground.

This was a big setback and loss for this endangered species and highlights the importance of holdings in botanic gardens and seed banks to safeguard these threatened species.

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