A single plant growing up to knee height, scattered in the woody area. Sorry photo is not great.
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An Australian native,quite common the Isle of Wight where it was first recorded in 1991, probably escaped from local gardens, notably the local botanic garden and spread by birds, seems to thrive coastal areas. Obviously grown as an ornamental.
David J Trevan
Lat/Lng: 51.5384, 0.0221
OS grid ref: TQ403841