Unit Description: 18 Plants / Rack
321 Tray/s Available
This is a frost hardy species with single, incredibly fragrant creamy flowers in June. The waxy leaves contract brilliantly against the flowers.
Height x Spread / Trail
60 x 60 cm
June - September
A slow growing hardy perennial suitable for containers or borders. Plant near a deck, walk, or patio where the fragrance can be enjoyed.
Prefers full sun, or partial shade with free-draining soil or compost.
Can survive winter in very well protected situations, especially if sheltered from hard frosts.
Suggested pot sizes to transplant plugs : 3 Litre +
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Clumps of dark green leaves, dominated by tall stems which carry panicles of bronze, feathery spikelets.
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