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Pomaderris lanigera is a common plant from eastern and southern Australia. Often seen around 2 or 3 metres tall, with furry leaves, 6 to 10 cm long, 1.5 to 3 cm wide. Leaf hairs appear woolly, of a silvery grey or rusty brown colour. Attractive golden flowers in August and September. The specific epithet lanigera comes from the Latin, meaning "woolly". The habitat varies, but it is often seen in moist gullies along the coast and nearby ranges.