Eremophila nivea ‘Spring Mist’
Add silver highlights to your commercial landscape with the best silver accent plant there is, Eremophila nivea ‘Spring Mist’. This shrub is versatile, sun hardy and waterwise, ideally suited to any position. Turn heads with your plantings and create a statement with the contrasting silver foliage and purple flowers.
COMMON NAME: Spring Mist
BOTANICAL NAME: Eremophila nivea ‘Spring Mist’
ORIGIN: A select form of Eremophila nivea, Spring Mist has been chosen for its versatile and contrasting foliage and flowers.
HABIT: An upright shrub with a compact habit. Grows to 1.5m high and 1.5m wide, looks best when planted in groups of 3 or more.
FEATURES: Eremophila nivea ‘Spring Mist’ produces purple tubular flowers during spring, making it a stunning feature plant for any landscape project.
USES: Ideal for parks and reserves due to its contrasting nature. Spring Mist can be used as a feature plant, highlighting against darker green foliage. This plant is suited to projects located in the North West, as well as Inland Central W.A. and coastal regions.
POSITION/SOIL: Eremophila nivea ‘Spring Mist’ thrives in a wide range of soil types including heavy clay. It performs best in a full sun position.
MANAGEMENT: Eremophila nivea ‘Spring Mist’ is drought tolerant once established and will benefit from a light prune after flowering. Feed with controlled release fertiliser annually.
CULTIVATION: These plants are grown via cutting propagation from select parent stock so can be guaranteed of uniformity in your project.
Use unique W.A. flora on your next project to help diversify and showcase our native species.