Pimelea declivis

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Pimelea declivis

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Details:

Foliage Colour: Blue-green
Growth Rate: Medium
Mature Height: 0.5 m
Mature Width: 0.5 m
Site Condition: Exposed, Frost Tolerant, Sandy Soil
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Drainage: Dry, Moist
Category: Shrub
Features: Suitable for bordering or edging and ground cover. Attractive to insects and lizards. Flower colour: White. Fruit colour: Red. Native. Suitable restoration species.

Pimelea declivis is a small blue-green erect shrub native to Canterbury. Inhabiting limestone outcrops from south Marlborough to south Canterbury.

Habitat: Lowland to lower montane, Mostly found in sparse grassland and grey scrub associated with limestone ridges, scarps, cliffs, outcrops, screes and boulder heaps.

Flowering: Spring - Summer [October - May]
Fruiting:    Summer - Autumn [November - May]

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