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crowea

(ˈkrəʊɪə)
n
(Plants) an Australian shrub of the genus Crowea, having pink flowers
[named after James Crowe (1750–1807), British surgeon and botanist]
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It contains Banksia Robur, Macrocarpa, Black Eyed Susan, Crowea, Old Man Banksia and Yellow Cowslip Orchid.
It contains Black Eyed Susan, Bush Fuchsia, Crowea, Jacaranda, Little Flannel Flower, Paw Paw, Bottlebrush and Old Man Banksia.
The remedy contains a variety of essences including She Oak, Peach Flowered Tea Tree, Old Man Banksia, Mulla, Bottlebrush, Bush Fuchsia, Billy Goat Plum, Crowea, and Dagger Hakea.
Crowea, used in Dynamic Recovery by Flower Essence of Australia
karri, which was previously only known from the type locality, Crowea in southwest Western Australia, extend the known distribution by more than 600 km to the North.
AUSTRALIA: Western Australia: Holotype male, Crowea, 34[degrees]28'S, 116[degrees]10'E, week ending 31 December 1977, creek site, S J.
AUSTRALIA: Western Australia: 1 [female], Crowea, 34[degrees]28'S, 116[degrees]10'E, 13 December 1979, S.