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Common Name: White Tea Tree, Leptospermum polygalifolium subsp tropicum
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Leptospermum flavescens Cardwell, or the White Tea Tree as it can be more commonly known, is a stunning evergreen that is covered in masses of small, white flowers through much of the year from late winter into summer. Known for its' pretty weeping foliage that is as fragrant as it is graceful, and the flowers are highly attractive to local bird and insect life.
Growing 2 - 2.5 metres it is ideal for hedging, scrubscapes, windbreaks, privacy screening, contrast and is hardy to all elements. Just gorgeous planted in a row as a native and naturally weeping hedge or screen. Did we mention she's also highly attractive to native bees and wildlife?
Hardy to all elements including extreme cold. All soils, very hardy from arid to wet. Full sun. Attractive to birds and insects.
We apologise, but this product cannot be sold into South Australia due to quarantine restrictions.
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