Westringea fruticosa.

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 Westringea fruticosa is an evergreen shrub, a plant that is often used for hedges and borders in gardens, although it can be planted in planters or naturally in the garden.

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Brief History: Westringia Fruticosa, also known as "Australian Rosemary," is native to Australia, where it is found in the wild. Its adaptability and ability to withstand adverse conditions have made it a popular choice in landscaping around the world.

Description: This shrub is noted for its evergreen foliage and greyish-toned leaves, giving it a unique aesthetic appeal. Its compact form and ability to grow densely make it ideal for hedges and borders in gardens. It is also an excellent choice for potting, allowing its beauty to be brought into smaller spaces.

Care (Watering and Fertilising): Westringia Fruticosa thrives in nutrient-rich, well-drained soils. Its drought resistance means that it requires moderate watering, especially during the first few months after planting. As for fertiliser, in spring you can enrich the substrate with nutrient-rich mulch to stimulate growth and development.

Adaptation to cold and heat: This shrub is known for its ability to withstand adverse conditions. It is cold hardy and heat tolerant, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of climates. It is also able to withstand strong winds and saline conditions, making it suitable for coastal areas.

Pruning: Pruning is done to shape and control growth as needed. Ideally, pruning should be done in spring, summer and autumn to maintain shape and encourage healthy growth.

Pests and Diseases: Westringia Fruticosa is generally resistant to garden insect pests. However, it is important to control over-watering to avoid fungal problems.

Take advantage of the versatility and resistance of the Westringia Fruticosa C17/20 to beautify your garden. At Viveros González, we offer you this wonderful option to transform your outdoor spaces.

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Data sheet

Name
Westringia Fruticosa
Origen
Australia
Height
1,5 m
Colour
Violet flowers
Flowering
Spring, summer and autumn
Location
Sun or semishade
Irrigation
Poor
Applications
Hedges and borders in gardens
Sales format
Pot of 20 cms diameter
Others
It resist well dry periods, wind and salted air

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