Leucopogon parviflorus, also known as Coast Beard-heath, is a small, hardy shrub that is native to coastal regions of eastern Australia. It typically grows up to 3 metres tall and 2-3 metres wide, with small, narrow leaves and clusters of delicate, white or pink flowers in spring and summer. This plant is ideal for use in rock gardens, coastal gardens, or as a low hedge or border plant. It is drought-tolerant and can grow in a range of soil types, but prefers well-draining sandy or loamy soils. It also attracts birds and other wildlife to the garden.
Height: 2-3 m
Width: 2-3 m
Aspect: Prefers full sun to partial shade.
Flowers: Small, pink or white, bell-shaped flowers that bloom in late winter to early spring.
Uses: Leucopogon parviflorus is often used as a low hedge or border plant, and also looks great in rock gardens. It is also suitable for coastal and drought-tolerant gardens. The flowers attract native birds and other wildlife.