Westringea frutcosa is an evergreen shrub, a plant that is often used for hedges and borders in gardens, although it can also be put in pots.
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Westringea fruticosa , is an evergreen shrub that belongs to the lamiaceae family.
A plant very resistant, is the drought, enduring wind and saline climate.
It is often used for hedges and borders in gardens, although it can also be put in pots.
The soil should be rich in nutrients and well-drained.
The pruning is to shape and control growth.
Feed westringia every spring with a new layer of new compost or top soil rich in nutrients.
Fungi may appear if excess water is not controlled.
|Flowering||Spring, summer and autumn|
|Location||Sun or semishade|
|Applications||Hedges and borders in gardens|
|Others||It resist well dry periods, wind and salted air|