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Common Name: Kunzea Ambigua, White Tick Bush, Poverty Bush
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The Kunzea Ambigua also known by many as Tick Bush, is a hardy Australian native shrub that generally grows along the coast line and has a sprawling growth habit. This low-maintenance shrub is perfect as a ground cover or in native or coastal garden environments. Throughout spring clusters of beautiful white scented flowers bloom that are rich in nectar and attract an array of wildlife such as bees, birds, butterflies and many other insects. The delicate bright evergreen foliage also has a delightful aroma and can even be used in cooking or made into tea.
The Tick Bush can grow up to 5 m in height, and is best positioned in full sun to part shade. Ensure that this plant has well-draining sandy soil for best growth. When established this resilient shrub requires very little water and although it prefers warmer temperatures, it can tolerate light frost. Add this little Aussie Battler to your landscape today!
Drought resistant. Frost tolerant. Fast-growing. Full sun to part shade. Sandy well-draining soil.
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