Polygala myrtifolia is an evergreen shrub on the polygalaceae family.
It is a very tough plant, which changes to adapt itself to the different areas where it can grows, from coastal areas to inland climates.
It blooms during the most part of the year in warmer climates, and it is not a problem to prune it whenever it is necessary.
Trim it lightly to encourage the plant and get bushier foliager also to encourage new bloomings.
Polygala myrtifolia is not demanding on special soils, with a normal enriched it will thrive.
Nevertheless the use liquid fertilizers in pots or slow release fertilizers in the garden will contribute to have a more attractive plant.
However it can suffer from yellow leaves provoked by some type of virus. This virus can be prevented with some mineral oil making a barrier to the aphids which will carry the virus.
Although, when noticing any type of infection the best thing is to get rid of the plant to prevent the infection to spread on other plants.
|Color||Lila to purple flowers, a light green grey colour leaves|
|Flowering||Spring to summer|
|Location||Sun or partial shade|
|Irrigation||Frenquently but avoiding overwatering|
|Applications||In pots or containers, and also for medium size hedges or like specimen|
|Others||No good for freeze|
|Sales format||Pot of 25cms|
|Note||Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.|