A native alternative to Radicans, and a less-fragrant alternative to Grandiflora Star if you like the looks but not the scent. All the usual gardenia glamour - glossy leaves, white flowers, year-round appeal - and pretty adapatable as to climate, so long as it's frost-free.
DESCRIPTION: Native gardenia with a low-growing, cascading form and white starry flowers, slightly scented. A selection of the popular Glennie River variety. Leaves are distinctively textured, not smooth like other gardenia leaves. USES: Banks, slopes, mass planting, groundcover, around shrubs and trees, in pots and windowboxes. PLANTING: Plant in free draining well mulched soil in full sun to part shade. Will grow in a variety of conditions including tropical and cool-climate gardens. CARE: Light pruning annually to keep it inshape if needed. Feed yearly in spring with a slow release fertiliser. Spray with Eco-Oil to kill any aphids, scale, and other pests. HEIGHT: 75cm 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.