Westringia fruticosa Mundi

Has received the RHS Award of Garden Merit. (1993)
Good for pollinators
Common Name : Australian rosemaryFamily : LamiaceaeType : ShrubHabit : BushyHeight : 50 cm-1 metreSpread : 1-1.5 metresFlower colour : White& Mauve LilacFlowering from : Aprilto SeptemberFoliage : EvergreenFoliage colour : Grey-GreenSunlight : Full SunMoisture : Well-drained / Moist but well-drainedSoil : Acid / Neutral / AlkalineSeason of interest : Spring - Summer - AutumnTo be Sheltered Hardiness: Hardy in coastal and relatively mild parts of the UK -5° to 1°

The delicate westringia is a type of mint that’s native to Australia. It is popular with gardeners because it can be used for a wide variety of purposes. Whether it’s planted to fill sparse flowerbeds, enhance hedges or add interest to retaining walls, it can be relied on for rapid growth and abundant blooms. Westringia flowers easily and often which makes it a hit with keen growers and tenders across the country.

Mundi – white flowers, a highly effective lure for butterflies and bees

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See on garden plan - Coordinates: B17