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Eremophila maculata var. brevifolia x 1 Plant Emu Bush Australian Native Plants Shrubs Red Flowering Hedge Hardy Drought

  • Product Code: eremophila-maculata-brevifolia-plant-1
  • Availability: 104
  • $4.45


  • 5 or more $3.95

You will receive 1 plant of Eremophila maculata brevifolia Emu Bush. Hardy Native Shrubs Red Flowering Plants

*If you buy 5 or more, you will receive 50c off per plant!*

Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania

The plants you will receive in this listing will be in individual 40x80mm or 50x70mm pots.  They will be 14-20cm tall, will have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.

Red Flowering Emu Bush x 1
Eremophila maculata var. brevifolia 

Very hardy flowering Australian native shrubs.

  Magnificent abundant red to deep pink flowers that are born on a shrub that can grow to around 1 metre tall and wide.

The name Eremophila is derived from the Ancient Greek ἐρῆμος (erêmos) meaning "lonely" or "desert" and φίλος (phílos) meaning “dear" or "beloved”[9] alluding to the species' adaptation to arid environments.[10] Wikipedia

These are a very hardy variety  that are native to Western Australian open woodlands.
 Widely used in garden plantings across Australia. 

They also make great hedges.

Long flowering between April and November.

 Withstands mild frosts.

 Full sun to light shade.

 Drought resistant once established.

Can be used in arid, dry positions in your garden, but will also do well in moist places as long as the drainage is good. 


Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania

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