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10 Coastal Rosemary Plants 3 Types Westringia Native Hardy Shrubs Hedge Screen




















     Not for Western Australia or Tasmania & Northern Territory.  


One of our many Australian Native Plants Varieties



Except the groundcover which is a bit shorter


The plants for this listing come in individual 50 BY 70mm pots, will be 15 to 20cm tall, will have established roots and are ready to plant straight into your garden.


Westringia Coast Rosemary Plants
3 Types



(Coastal Rosemary Plants)


Westringia are hardy evergreen gloss leaved native shrubs that have foliage very similar in shape as rosemary.


They are long flowering, hardy, fast growing varieties that can also be hedged.


We have 3-5 types available:

See pictures below


We will send you a random mix of the varieties we currently have in stock.


Westringia Fruticosa {white flowering)

Westringia Smokey (Grey/green foliage, white flowers)

Morning light (Yellow and green leaved form) 

Westringia Wynyabbie gem (mauve flowers) 

Westringia white rambler is a groundcovering form


Please email us if you want specific varieties to see which ones we currently have in  stock.


Westringia fruticosa is a white flowering form with mid green leaves that are a fraction coarser.

Westringia Smokey (Smokie is a more compact smoke coloured variety that has a quite tight foliage structure and white flowers)

Westringia Morning Light is a variegated form with mauve flower

Wynyabbie Gem
are a mauve flowering form of westringia that also has leaves that are a fraction finer in structure.

Westringia White Rambler Ground covering variety is usually also available.

The notes below apply to all these Westingia

They can be kept at a trimmed to a height of 30cm tall or higher

Will grow quite tight if left alone or you can prune to shape

These plants will grow in Australia's hot summers and will handle the frosts to around minus 9 of it's cold winters.

Fine foliage, makes them easy to trim and great for hedges, topiary, bonsai etc.

It is hardy and drought tolerant once established.

Grows in a wide range of soil including quite poor and/or coastal

You can trim them regularily if you want the formal look or let them grow to their natural shape.

I have seen this variety beautifully and tightly hedged

It handles dry regions when established.

Able to withstand full sun to semi shade

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