Tree Lucerne x 5 Plants Animal Fodder Forage Shrubs Screening Fast Hardy White Flowering chamaecytisus palmensis Cytisus proliferus
- Product Code: tree-lucerne-tagasaste-chamaecytisus-palmensis-plants-5
- Availability: 24
- 5 or more $19.45
Fast growing, white flowering and hardy Tree Lucerne x 5 Tagasaste Animal Fodder Plants. Great Screening Hedging Nitrogen fixing Chamaecytisus palmensis
The plants you will receive in this listing will be 15-25cm tall, will be in 50mm by 70mm or 40mmx80mm pots, will have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.
5 Plants of
Tagasaste Chamaecytisus palmensis
Some of its Synonymns:
Cytisus proliferus Chamaecytisus prolifer
Cytisus palmensis (Christ) Hutch.
Chamaecytisus proliferus subsp. palmensis
Hardy, fast growing, ornamental, flowering and animal fodder forage trees that are grown throughout the world.
Used by many farmers to feed stock, especially because it is green fodder at the time of year when there is usually only dry food.
Its high digestibility and protein yields, with the resulting weight/protein conversions, are utilised by livestock owners around the world.
Quite Frost hardy legumes.
Being legumous, means they fix nitrogen into your soil, thereby helping to feed itself and the plants around it.
A deep penetrating root system that allows it to access moisture and nutrients lost to many other species.
Drought and frost resistant once established.
(Protect young plants from frost.)
Can tolerate salt to some extent.
Attracts birds and butterflies.
Can be cut back regularly.
Uses: Landscaping, hedging, screening, garden plantings, animal fodder, windbreaks, hedges, borders and shelter.
Position: Full sun to light shade.
Will grow in most soil types. Foliage:
Semi-weeping pendulous foliage.
Profuse white flowers in Spring.
Height: Approx 5 metres.
Width: Approx 5 metres.
Please do your own research as to this variety's suitability for your livestock as we cannot assume responsibility for the purposes you want to use these plants for.
(We cannot be responsible if you feed it to your five million dollar Uzbekistanian, one-of-a-kind emu, and it stops giving milk.)
Plant pick-up also available
Plantinspirations Online Nursery
2c Holts Lane,
Bacchus Marsh 3340
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Not for Tasmania, Northern Territory or Western Australia