Leucophyta brownii – cushion bush

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The ultimate silver shrub, this strange and space-age bush is ridgy-didge Aussie, often seen in frontline coastal spots on the southern coast. 

Like true Aussies, it's tough as; standing up to wind, sea spray, drought, frost, chalky alkaline soils, poor dry soils and baking sun. Tropical humidity and overwatering might kill it off but otherwise it's super-resilient.

Landscape image Port Campbell VIC: gerard; bush close image: cultivar413 cropped to size.

Leucophyta brownii - cushion bush

APPEARANCE :  Unique native shrub growing in a natural rounded cushion or bun shape, usually well under a metre due to its natural location on exposed sea cliffs. Silver-grey foliage - more like slender branched stalks without leaves- keeps its colour year round; in summer small bobble flowers of cream-gold appear.
USE FOR :  mass plantings, waterwise gardens, coastal gardens, native gardens, exposed and tough sites, feature plant, silver themed plantings.
LOCATION: Plant in full sun in light free-draining soil. Tolerant of high alkaline soil. Frost and drought resistant once established. Denser and more compact in exposed locations.
CARE: Mulch and water during dry periods while plant is establishing. Clip over after flowering to maintain bushiness and new growth, trim to shape if necessary.
HEIGHT & WIDTH:  1m H x 1m W.
YOUR PLANTS : These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide.

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