A hardy native shrub used primarily for small hedging in coastal and dry landscapes. The westringia naringa has dense foliage with a small lilac/purple flower that bloom mostly through spring and sporadically all year. This Westringia variety is drought and light frost tolerant and will grow best with full sun to part shade, planted in a organic matter rich, free draining soil.
Height: 2 mtrs. Can be clipped down to 1 mtr for smaller hedging.
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