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Melaleuca incana subsp. incana "Melaleuca incana" subsp. "incana" is a medium to tall shrub with weeping branches. It grows to a height of about and has rough, grey bark. The leaves are in opposite pairs, sometimes rings of three, curved and crowded along the branchlets, long and wide, linear or very narrow elliptic in shape and tapering to a point. The leaves and young branches are covered with fine, soft hairs giving the foliage a grey appearance.
Melaleuca incana subsp. incana The flowers are arranged in spikes, usually on the ends of branches which continue to grow after flowering. Each spike has between 6 and 55 individual flowers and is up to long and wide, white, creamy white or yellow. The petals are long and fall off as the flower ages. The stamens are arranged in five bundles around the flower, each bundle containing between 3 and 11 stamens. Flowering mainly occurs in August to September and is followed by woody capsules long in cylinder-shaped clusters up to long.
Melaleuca incana subsp. incana This species was first described in 1819 by Robert Brown in "Edward's Botanical Register". Edwards called the plant "Grizzly Melaleuca" and noted that the plant was "...first observed by Mr. Brown, in King George the Third's Sound, on the south-west coast of New Holland. ... We were favoured with the specimen, for the drawing, by Lady Aylesford ... We are indebted to Mr. Brown for the specific characters, and all we know concerning the plant." The specific epithet ("incana") is from the Latin "incanus" meaning "grey" or "hoary", "in reference to the colour of the leaves".
Melaleuca incana subsp. incana "Melaleuca incana" subsp. "incana" occurs between Albany and Jurien Bay and inland as far as the Dryandra woodland in the Avon Wheatbelt, Geraldton Sandplains, Jarrah Forest, Swan Coastal Plain and Warren biogeographic region. It is also naturalised in the Gippsland and Otway plains of Victoria.
Melaleuca incana subsp. incana Melaleuca incana" subsp. "incana, commonly known as grey honey-myrtle, is a plant in the myrtle family Myrtaceae which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia and is naturalised in the south of Victoria in Australia. It is commonly grown as a garden plant and produces large numbers of white or creamy yellow flowers in early spring.
Melaleuca incana subsp. incana "Melaleuca incana" subspecies "incana" is widely cultivated. It is a hardy plant, fast growing, tolerating a range of soils and conditions after initial establishment and is frost hardy. It is widely available in commercial nurseries and tolerates pruning to form a hedge. It is susceptible to scale insect attack.
Brickellia incana The inflorescences hold solitary flower heads, each about 2.4 centimeters long and lined with woolly gray-green to grayish purple phyllaries. Each flower head holds an array of about 60 red, yellowish, or grayish disc florets. The fruit is a hairy cylindrical achene about a centimeter long with a pappus of bristles.
Hibbertia incana "Hibbertia incana" occurs in New South Wales and is presumed extinct in Victoria.
Malacothrix incana Malacothrix incana is an uncommon species of flowering plant in the aster family known by the common name dunedelion. It is endemic to California, where it grows only in sand dunes on the beaches of the Channel Islands and isolated spots along the mainland coastline in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. The type specimen was collected in San Diego, but the plant no longer occurs there. This is a perennial herb forming a leafy mound up to about 70 centimeters in maximum height. It may be hairless to densely hairy. The leaves are smooth-edged or have dull lobes. Leaves at the base of the stem are similar to those distal. The inflorescence is an array of flower heads lined with hairless phyllaries. The ray florets are one or two centimeters long and yellow in color.
Prostanthera incana Prostanthera incana, commonly known as velvet mintbush, is a shrub that is native to south-eastern Australia. It has an erect habit, growing to between 1 and 2.5 metres high. The leaves are 9 to 18 mm long and 6 to 13 mm wide. The lilac flowers appear between August and December in the species native range.