Lions Tail Wild Dagga Plants x 4 Leonotis leonurus Hardy Orange Flowering Shrubs Fast African Paw Ear Flowers
- Product Code: leonotis-leonurus-lions-tail-wild-dagga-plants-4
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- 5 or more $19.45
Magnificent Campfire Orange Lion's Tail Wild Dagga Plants x 4 Leonotis leonurus Hardy Garden Plants Shrubs
The plants you will receive are in individual 40mm by 80mm or 50mm by 70mm pots, will be 12-18cm tall, have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.
'Lion's Tail' x 4
Also known as Wild Dagga, Lion's Paw, Lion's Ear
Not to be mistaken for Leonotis nepetaefolia which is a noxious weed in parts of Australia
Perennial evergreen garden plants with stunning orange flowers that are framed by mid to dark green aromatic foliage.
Great colour for your garden as well as making beautiful cut flowers for floral arrangements. The actual flower and seed cases are also widely sought after as long-lasting additions to floral arrangements.
Being perennial, this plant will last for years.
Quite hardy once established.
Mild frost resistance.
Will also grow in coastal areas.
Attracts birds and butterflies.
Great for rockeries, borders, scattered and mass plantings, uneven ground, embankments, cottage gardens etc.
To encourage extra flowering, trim them back after they have finished flowering or pinch out spent buds. Cut them back to around 10-15cm tall in Autumn and they will run new flowers the next Spring and Summer.
You can trim them back quite hard and they will regrow.
Full sun to semi-shade.
Height: approx 1 metre.
Width: approx 80cm.
Plant pick-up also available
By appointment only
From Croydon Victoria
Please contact us to organise a time that suits.
Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania
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Not for Tasmania, Northern Territory or Western Australia