Pimelea prostrata
(Pinatoro, NZ Daphne)

Pimelea prostrata
(Pinatoro, NZ Daphne)

Details:

Foliage Colour: Blue-Green
Growth Rate: Medium
Mature Height: 0.2 m
Mature Width: 1 m
Site Condition: Coastal, Exposed, Frost Tolerant, Heavy Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil, Salty, Windy
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Drainage: Dry, Moist
Category: Shrub
Features: Native. Suitable for bordering or edging and ground cover. Attractive to insects and lizards. Flower colour: White. Fruit colour: White. Suitable restoration species.

Pimelea prostrata, Pinatoro, or NZ Daphne, is a native groundcover with an attractive low growing plant with white flowers. It flowers prolifically over the summer months and is followed by small clear, white berries. The outstanding blue green foliage is a stand out with this groundcover. Is best grown in a free-draining soil in a full sun position. Excellent for sunny banks or rockeries.

Habitat: Coastal to montane. In open sites, such as coastal gravel, sand dunes, grasslands and mudstone cliffs.

Flowering: Spring - Autumn [September - May]
Fruiting:    Winter [June - August]

Tags: Rongoa

Prices

  Each 20 or more
2l Pot $8.50 $8.00

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