Verticordia insignis subsp. insignis Endl. Verticordia insignis subsp. compta (Endl.) A.S. George Verticordia insignis subsp. eomagis A.S.George
Verticordia insignis is a shrub, up to 1.5 m tall, found in Southwest Australia. The plant was first collected by Carl von Huegel at the Swan River
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, Western Australia in 1833. It was described by Endlicher in 1837, who gave it the name insignis.
The scented flowers are white, with a deep pink to red centre, and are noted for their attractive appearance. These appear in erect clusters, the many small flowers are given a silvery appearance by the colour of the sepals.
It is found along the Darling Scarp, Northam, and is well distributed in the woodlands and heath surrounding Perth. It often appears in association with other Verticordia on grey or yellow sands
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, granitic areas, and on gravel and rocks.
The formal description of the species was published by Stephan Endlicher in his Enumeratio plantarum in 1837
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In the 1991 revision of the genus Verticordia by A.S. George, three subspecies of Verticordia insignis Endl. (1828) were described:
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