Beyeria lechenaultii

Beyeria lechenaultii, also known as Pale turpentine, has delicate, heart-shaped leaves that are a silvery-green colour and produce small, pink flowers from late winter to early spring. The plant prefers well-drained soils in full sun to partial shade and can grow up to 1.5m tall and wide. It is an ideal plant for low-maintenance gardens, rockeries, and as a border plant. Beyeria lechenaultii is also a great option for attracting birds and insects to your garden.



Height: 1-1.5 m

Width: 1-1.5 m

Aspect: Prefers full sun and well-drained soil. It can tolerate a range of soil types, including sandy and clay soils. It is a hardy plant that can tolerate drought and coastal conditions.

Flowers: Produces small yellow flowers that bloom from late winter to early summer.

Uses: Beyeria lechenaultii is often used as an ornamental plant in native gardens and in landscaping projects. The plant is also useful for erosion control and as a habitat plant for wildlife, including birds and insects. The leaves of the plant can be used in traditional medicine for their antiseptic properties.


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