Coastal Rosemary

Westringia fruticosa (Common form)
Coastal Rosemary plant

Coastal Rosemary

Westringia fruticosa (Common form)
Tough native shrub

Native Shrubs & Ground Covers Range

Plant Description: Commonly found growing near the coast in eastern Australia. Tough shrub
Uses: Hedge (also for mass planting, garden edges and containers)
Position & Tolerances: Full sun to semi shade, prefers sunny open positions. Tolerates coastal positions and salt laden winds
Height & Width: Approx. 1.5m high x 1.5m wide
Flowers: White to light mauve flowers in spring and summer
Foliage: Grey-green rosemary like leaves with velvety white underside
Soil Type: Tolerates a wide range but prefers well drained soils
Planting Density: Approx. 1-2 plants per linear metre
Where it thrives: Most areas of Australia
Pruning: Fast growth habit, prune after flowering to maintain compact growth

Establishment & Extra Care:

Benefits from watering over summer

Coastal Rosemary

Where to Buy?

Ozbreed licenses trusted growing partners to grow our plants and make them available around the country. If a plant isn’t available at your local wholesale or retail nursery, you can request it to be ordered in for you.

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