Westringia fruticosa - Coastal Rosemary
A low-growing, evergreen shrub with an attractive rounded habit and dense grey-green leaves.
Pot size: 300mm / 30cm
A compact growing, evergreen shrub with an attractive rounded habit and dense grey-green leaves.
Pale mauve to white flowers are present for most of the year.
Ideal as a low border or hedging plant, in large pots and shrubberies
Also known as coast rosemary
|Common Name||Westringia Coastal Rosemary|
|Botanical Name||Westringia fruticosa|
|Position||Full Sun, Part Shade|
|Flower Colour||Purple, White|
|Cold Tolerance||Grow well in coastal areas, light frost tolerant once established|
|Flower Season||Spring, Summer|
|Likes||Well drained soils and does well in pots|
|Swane's Says||Has a very low water need once established. Trim after flowering to maintain compact growth. Caution: may cause skin irritation.|