Westringia ‘Coast Rosemary’ – Westrinigia fruticosa
Native | Full sun / part shade | H 1.5m-2m | W 1.5m-2m
A hardy Australian native shrub with narrow, rosemary-like leaves that are grey-green above and velvety white below. White to light mauve flowers with purple spotted throats appear all year round
Category / Uses: useful hedging or screening plant perfect for native yards, exposed sites.s
Position / planting / care: can grow in most soils and conditions but thrives in an open sunny position. Tolerates periods of dryness, coastal exposure and frost. Cultivate soil before planting. Dig hole twice the width of the container. Remove plant from container and place into hole so the soil level is the same as the surrounding ground. Low maintenance. Occasional pruning will ensure new growth and a compact habit.
NB Picture and notes a guide only.
Contact PLANTS ON KEW for availability. Locally grown for local conditions.
WHOLESALE NURSERY GROWING AT KEW, NSW FOR PORT MACQUARIE REGION AND THROUGHOUT THE MID-NORTH COAST