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Leptospermum madidum - weeping tea-tree

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Gently weeping, elegant, lemon-scented foliage makes a beautiful feature tree in dry native gardens for an alternative to the water-hungry weeping willow.

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Leptospermum longifolium madidum - weeping tea-tree
DESCRIPTION: Beautiful feature tree with weeping branches and fresh lemon scented foliage. Attracts bees when flowering.
USES: Beautiful in any garden where you have the room to enjoy the dappled shade which it creates. Tough and tolerant of flood and drought once established. Cut foliage may be used for potpourri.
PLANTING: This native shrub is best grown in a full sun position on the garden, although it will tolerate light shade.  Plant in free draining soil rich in organic matter. Known to endure wet feet for prolonged periods. Prefers warm climates.
CARE: Mulch and water well until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks Prune and fertilise using a slow release native fertiliser yearly after flowering.
HEIGHT & WIDTH: 8-10 m H x 6 m W.

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