Westringia Jervis Gem

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The rugged one. A compact form of the popular Wynyabbie Gem, with soft velvety silver-grey-green foliage, and lilac-blue flowers for most of the year. This native rosemary is great in coastal, roof-garden, and exposed sites as it puts up with salt and wind.


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"A dozen Callistemon 'Little John' and 6 Westringia fruticosa 'Jervis Gem' just arrived in top condition. Beautiful little plants bursting with good health and new growth. Couldn't be happier!"

Anne - January 2017. Newcastle, NSW.

Westringia fruticosa 'Jervis Gem' - coast rosemary

APPEARANCE : A hardy dense compact shrub with grey silver leaves which are soft and velvety to touch. Flowers constantly with light blue to mauve flowers. A dwarf form of Wynyabbie Gem
USE FOR :  for sea side planting, makes a great hedge, or on its own as a specimen plant in native gardens.
CLIMATE : Tolerates dry periods and light frost once established. Salt tolerant. Wind tolerant and tough in exposed sites.
PLANTING : Plant in well drained clay loam or sandy soil.  Very hardy. 
CARE : Fertilise with using a slow release native fertiliser at planting, and in spring. Prune as required to maintain shape and encourage dense bushy growth.
MATURE HEIGHT & WIDTH : 1.5m H x 1m W.
YOUR PLANTS : These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.
You can see an example in the image gallery.
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