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  • Pink Drumsticks x 1 Plants Hardy Rose Coneflower Native Erect Shrubs Pink Mauve Flowering Bush Garden Plants Isopogon cunneatus

Pink Drumsticks x 1 Plants Hardy Rose Coneflower Native Erect Shrubs Pink Mauve Flowering Bush Garden Plants Isopogon cunneatus

  • Product Code: isopogon-cunneatus-pink-drumsticks-plant-1
  • Availability: 2
  • $5.45

  • 5 or more $4.45

You will receive 1 plants of Isopogn Pink Drumsticks Profuse flowering Rose pink to purple Cone Flowers Hardy native semi erect shrubs. Hardy flowering Coneflower bush

You will receive $1.00 of per plant if you buy 5 or more.

The plants you will receive are in individual 50mm by 70mm  will be 10-18cm tall, have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.

Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania

Pink Drumsticks Isopogon
Rose ConeFlower x 1

Isopogon cunneatus 
Cone Flower

Small-to-medium growing hardy native shrubs that are often used for floral arrangements.


Drought and frost tolerant once established.

Will attract birds to your garden.

Can be used as low hedge, border or in native gardens.

Full sun to semi-shade.


Green to blue tinged foliage.



Masses of Pink/mauve/purple nectar rich flowers in Spring.

Height: approx 1.2 metre

Width: Approx  1 metre

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