Westringia fruticosa 'Mundi'
'Mundi' Westringia, Groundcover Native Rosemary
A hardy, attractive and versatile groundcover shrub with a dense, tidy habit. Leaves are small, clean, and grey-green, growing in whorls around the stems. Flowers are bright white and presented in abundance during Spring. Grows best in full sun but will grow in part shade. Tolerant of a range of soils yet performs best in sandy to well drained clay soils. Does well in a range of conditions including hot and humid climates, coastal and inland situations and moderate frost. Great for tough roadside positions, rockeries, public parks, xeriscapes and coastal gardens. Can be left as an informal, shrubby groundcover, or clipped tightly (twice yearly) as a low, hedged groundcover for more formal plantings. Admired for its tough reliability and minimal care.
|Height: 0.4 to 0.5m, Width: 1.5m
|Form of Westringia fruticosa
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