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Common Name: New Zealand Tea Tree
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Leptospermum scoparium Burgundy Queen, or the New Zealand Tea Tree as it can be more commonly known, is a hugely popular evergreen garden addition, and one of our personal favourites here at Divine. Stunning double-burgundy-red flowers with dark centres bloom through late winter into the summer months, with additional sporadic flowering throughout the year.
Growing 1.5 - 3 metres tall, it is ideal planted out in rockeries, for added contrast or colour, bushscapes, light screening and specimen planting. Being drought, wind and frost resistant, the unique burgundy-grey tinged foliage is ideal for layering or shielding more sensitive plants from the environment.
Frost & wind hardy. Most well drained soils, hardy in arid-wet. Full sun preferred, adapts to part shade.
Looking for a smaller variety? Have a look at our Leptospermum Nanum Rubrum
We apologise, but this product cannot be sold into South Australia due to quarantine restrictions.
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