Westringia fruticosa GREY BOX™
Plant of the Year 2015. Very compact ball to 50cm around, this native rosemary needs no clipping. Versatile – use in containers, as edging, mass planting or groundcover. Grey foliage all year, white flowers from spring to autumn.
GREY BOX™ Westringia fruticosa ‘WES04’ PBR
INFO: Westringia Grey Box™ is a drought tolerant native hedge plant that provides great silvery-grey foliage contrast and little white flowers from September – May. Great as a hedge or left unpruned in its natural ball shape. A great drought tolerant alternative to English Box. Plant of the Year 2015 at the Nursery and Garden Industry Australia awards.
LOCATION: Full sun to part shade. Suits most soil types. Hardy to frost & drought
HEIGHT & WIDTH: 35-50cm x 35-50cm
SUITABLE USES: Small compact hedges, borders, containers and mass plantings.
CARE: Trim as required to maintain compact growth. Mulch and water well until the plant has established, especially through the first summer. Apply a native slow release fertiliser during spring for maximum growth.
– Plants being sold are tube-stock plants (not mature trees)
– In stock QTY’s are updated routinely. They are not always a true reflection of quantiles in stock. Additionally if you are wanting larger quantities please message us as we might be able to help you.
– Average plant size: 10-20 cm in tubes 80mm x 42mm.
*** The best part with tube stock plants is that they establish very quickly and they’re much cheaper. Saving you money! ***