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Common Name: Coastal Rosemary
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Westringia Fruitcosa or Coastal Rosemary as it's more commonly known is a native, bearing gorgeous tiny white/mauve flowers throughout most of the year in warm locations. An evergreen; with unique green-grey foliage and maximum growth of up to 2 metres; light pruning will keep the plant to a compact growth habit and improve its' appearance, making it ideal for hedging or on it's own as a specimen plant.
The density of the foliage also renders it as an effective windbreak, whilst the flowers are especially attractive to birdlife. Coastal Rosemary is also notoriously hardy - being frost, salt and wind tolerant. Perfect for exposed areas and coastal regions, it's hugely popular for good reason!
Frost, salt & wind tolerant. Most well drained soils. Full sun.
Cordyline fruticosa Green & Gold
Ficinia nodosa (syn. Isolepis)