Westringia fruticosaBack in stock: Now
Our native species coast rosemary has dense, fine leaves and small white flowers loved by birds and other wildlife. Its relaxed open form and soft colouring suit bush and cottage style gardens beautifully; or you can clip it to a more formal shape. Grows to around 2m unclipped, for a wildlife-friendly hedge. Our most popular Westringia.
Westringia fruticosa - coastal rosemaryDESCRIPTION: Dense fine foliage dotted with masses of small white flowers. This native is commonly called coastal rosemary due to its similar growth habit, slender foliage, and preferred conditions.
USE IN: Formal hedges, borders and when left to grow naturally without pruning westringia complements rustic cottage gardens beautifully. Attracts small bird-life to the garden.
LOCATION: Plant in well drained soil in a full sun position in the garden. Tolerates dry periods and light frost once established.
CARE: Mulch and water regularly until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Prune tips while young to encourage dense growth and fertilise with a slow release native fertiliser in spring.
HEIGHT & WIDTH: 2 m H x 4 m W.
YOUR PLANTS: These plants are tube-stock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide
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