Leptospermum - tea tree
Leptospermums (tea trees) have fine slender leaves making them ideal for dry regions and waterwise gardens; and often a fresh lemon scent, which helps repel insects. Pretty flowers are generously produced. Some varieties have an elegant weeping habit, lovely for hedging and feature planting.
Gracefully weeping aromatic evergreen foliage, covered in white flowers late winter to spring. Lovely as a vigorous native hedge in most loc...
Leptospermum Copper Glow - tea tree
Such rich deep colour on this tea tree foliage - fancy florists love it for their best bouquets! It will look stunning glowing in the sun in...
Leptospermum Lavender Queen
Neat compact hedging tea tree, ideal for cool and coastal gardens and sandy soils, though will adapt happily to most climates and conditions...
Leptospermum Lemon Frost
This fine-leafed tea tree has a fresh lemon scent and abundant starry white flowers in summer. Dense neat upright foliage is ideal for clipp...
Leptospermum Pink Cascade
Only 80cm tall but will cascade to 1.5m. Masses of dainty soft pink flowers add charm to the most harsh growing conditions, even soggy heavy...
Leptospermum scoparium - manuka
Native tea tree manuka is highly prized by beekeepers as well as gardeners. Frost hardy evergreen shrub with dainty white flowers and slende...