Genista monosperma - weeping bridal veilBack in stock: in 8-12 weeks
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Weeping bridal veil has to be one of the prettiest plants on the planet. Originating from Spain and Portugal, and growing well in California, North Africa and the Canary Isles, this drought-tolerant ornamental beauty is a tall shrub (or even a small tree) that will certainly become the talking point of any garden. We love weeping bridal veil broom for its scent, bright white flowers, heat and drought tolerance
Outdoor flowering images: Photographer cropped to size.
Genista monosperma, Retama monosperma - weeping bridal veil, white weeping broom, bridal broomAPPEARANCE: Evergreen shrub to small tree with arching branches that become covered in masses of white scented pea-shaped fragrant flowers in early spring and summer.
USE IN: Wildlife gardens, screening and feature planting, waterwise gardens. Like all Genista these can self-seed so either clip all over after flowering so pods cannot form, or use caution when planting in gardens near bushland.
LOCATION: Plant in a partly shaded to full sun position for maximum flowering. Plant in free draining soil rich in organic matter. Drought tolerant once established, mature plants should come through frost.
CARE: Mulch and water well until established. Feed with a controlled release fertiliser twice yearly. The arching stems are quite lax when young and may need staking.
HEIGHT & WIDTH: 4 m H x 3 m W.
YOUR PLANTS: These are tube-stock plants with young healthy roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide.
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