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A durable, drought-tolerant, sun-loving Australian native with graceful, upright branching and fine but dense, needle-like, lightly aromatic green foliage.
Small spring flowers open white and age to rosy-red. Adds vivid color to a low-water garden. The loose, airy sprays of waxy flowers are prized by florists for long-lasting color in cut flower arrangements. Evergreen. In late spring, it grows clusters of tiny, white, waxy flowers, which are very fragrant.
It has thick, highly-textured, medium green leaves. The heart-shaped leaves turn to brilliant shades of orange and pink in the fall. This shrub grows best in rocky soils with excellent drainage. It is a fantastic choice for foothills landscapes with partial shade. Geraldton Waxflower is a native of the Shark Bay region of western Australia. It is an evergreen shrub with narrow needle-like leaves on thin stems, and clusters of honey-scented 5 petalled flowers from late Winter into Spring.
'My Sweet 16' is a mix of pink and white flowered waxflowers. Contributed by.