Guichenotia macrantha ‘Dwarf’ PBR
Our plant in focus is Guichenotia macrantha ‘Dwarf’. This small shrub is an improved form of the Guichenotia macrantha and has lots of potential for commercial landscapes. Its high adaptability to soil types and sun, coupled with its stunning winter display of flowers makes it a perfect choice to consider for your next project.
COMMON NAME: Yanchep Bell – Dwarf From
BOTANICAL NAME: Guichenotia macrantha ‘Dwarf’
ORIGIN: A select clonal form of the Yanchep Bell. Plantrite have developed this line over many years.
HABIT: A small shrub with a compact growing habit. Grows 0.8m high and 1m wide.
FEATURES: Guichenotia macrantha ‘Dwarf’ produces unique, delicate bell shaped mauve flowers during winter that contrast with its green-grey foliage, making it a great point of interest in design over winter.
USES: Ideal for borders, medians, verges, parks and reserves. Great at attracting birds and insects. Excellent as a design plant.
POSITION/SOIL: It is suited to a wide range of positions as it thrives in the full sun or light shade and is tolerant of all soils particularly coastal and limestone, preferring well-drained soil.
CULTIVATION: These plants are grown via cutting propagation from select parent stock to ensure a healthy and uniform plants.
MANAGEMENT: Guichenotia macrantha ‘Dwarf’ is drought tolerant once established and requires minimum maintenance and watering. This shrub requires little pruning and extra fertilising is not required once established.
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