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  • Melaleuca Fulgens Red Scarlet Honey Myrtle x 1 Plants Red Orange Flowers Native Plants Shrubs

Melaleuca Fulgens Red Scarlet Honey Myrtle x 1 Plants Red Orange Flowers Native Plants Shrubs

  • Product Code: melaleuca-fulgens-red-scarlet-honey-myrtle-plant-1
  • Availability: 22
  • $4.95

  • 5 or more $3.95

Bright flowering Melaleuca fulgens x 1 Red Scarlet Orange flowering Honey Myrtle. Hardy Native Plants/Hedging Shrubs

If you buy 5 or more, you will receive $1.00 off per plant!

Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania

The plants you will receive in this listing will be 10-15cm tall, will be in individual 50x70mm or 40x80mm pots, will be multi-branched, have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.


Scarlet Honey Myrtle

Melaleuca fulgens Red


Hardy, fast growing native plants.

Can be trimmed regularly to suit your needs, or left to develop into its natural form.

Can be heavily pruned back, and will reshoot.

Low water use once established.

Good Frost resistance.

Suitable for coastal planting.

Good salt resistance.

Bird attracting.

Works well as hedges, scattered plantings, native gardens, borders, privacy screens and windbreaks.

Full sun to semi-shade.

Evergreen Foliage: Mid to dark green.

Masses of bottlebrush-like red/orange flowers in Spring and Summer.

Height: Approx 2.5 metres.

Width: Approx 1-2 metres.

Hedging guide: To create a denser screen, cut 1cm off each growing tip every 6 months for 2 years. This will encourage multiple shoots, which helps to create a thicker screen/hedge.


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Tags: melaleuca, red flowers, orange flowers, native, hedge, frost resistant, drought resistant, shrubs, evergreen, full sun, semi shade, bird attracting, pots, rockery, border