One of the hardiest local shrubs on the Peninsula, Alyxia buxifolia is a beautiful addition to any landscape with its rich, glossy green leaves and beautiful white flowers, followed by red berries. Shaped into balls, it can be used with other commonly shaped shrubs like Correa alba and Westringea sp., and can also planted as a formal hedge.
Height = 1-1.5m
Width = 1-1.5m
Aspect: full sun to part shade
Flowers: small white flowers in spring/summer
Uses: hedging/shaping, feature, landscape shrub, bird attractant
Plant with: Austrostipa stipoides, Leucophyta brownii, Correa alba