Much admired for the stunning flowers, H. laurina is native to the sandplains of the coastal southwest of Australia, extending east to Esperance.
The Noongar name is kodjet or kojet. Formally described in 1830 by naturalist Robert Brown from plants he collected in WA in 1801, the name is derived from the Latin laurus for the resemblance of the leaves to laurel. In the language of flowers, H. laurina symbolises nobility and longevity.
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