Westringia Wynyabbie Gem is a hardy, evergreen shrub that is native to Australia. It has a compact, rounded habit and can reach up to 1.5m in height and width. The leaves are narrow, grey-green, and densely arranged along the stems. From spring to autumn, the plant produces masses of delicate, pale-lilac flowers that attract bees and other beneficial insects. This plant is versatile and can be used as a low hedge, mass planting, or as a specimen plant. It is tolerant of drought, frost, and salt spray, making it a great choice for coastal gardens.
Westringia Wynyabbie Gem
WESTRINGIA WYNYABBIE GEM
Height: Up to 1.5 metres.
Width: Up to 1.5 metres.
Aspect: Prefers full sun to partial shade and can tolerate a range of soil types, including clay, loam, and sandy soils.
Flowers: Produces small pale lilac flowers from spring through summer.
Uses: Wynyabbie Gem is often used as a low hedge or border plant, as well as in rock gardens or as a container plant. Its compact growth habit makes it a popular choice for small gardens and low hedging. Westringia Wynyabbie Gem is drought tolerant and can be used for erosion control.