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Westringia fruticosa

Plant name: Coastal native rosemary

Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees

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Origin: NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS.

Cultural notes: A fast growing shrub that prefers moist, well drained soils in a partly shaded position.

Maintenance Should be pruned after flowering to maintain shape and encourage new growth.

Tolerates Frost tolerant, moderately drought tolerant.

Flowering season: Spring. Flower colour: Commonly purple or lilac, occassionally white or pink. Flowers occur in clusters from the leaf axils.

Foliage colour: Leaves are dull green, rounded and sometimes toothed. The leaves are highly aromatic when crushed.

Width: up to 1.5m

Height: up to 2m

Plant spacing: 50cm apart

Recommended uses: An attractive shrub, particularly when in flower. Good along paths where aroma is released when brushed against.

Description: attractive rounded shrub with small white flowers