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Westringia

A fast-growing native shrub that has a similar look to the herb rosemary, hence the common name "coastal rosemary". However. Westringia is not eaten.

Being a popular plant for landscaping, many varieties that differ in plant habit, foliage colouration and flower colour have been developed over the years.

Westringia featured in the 04-09-2020 edition of Get Results Gardening, a newsletter-style, mini-magazine with an emphasis on the subtropics and South East Queensland. It covers Australian natives suitable for growing in suburban as well as exotics plus lots of other gardening technique, design ideas and trends. Get a three month trial for free and without obligation with a simple email request. More information at calyx.com.au/getresultsgardening.html.






Westringia in the Landscape


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Other Information Online


Genus Westringia New South Wales Flora Online
Westringia fruticosa Australia National Botanic Gardens
Westringia fruticosa (Willd.) Druce New South Wales Flora Online
Westringia fruticosa "A View from Yallaroo", NSW
Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' Australia National Botanic Gardens
Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' Australian Native Plants Society (Australia)
Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem' Australian Native Plants Society (Australia)
Westringia Wynyabbie Gem "A View from Yallaroo", NSW
Westringia amabilis Southern Downs Regional Council, Qld
Westringia eremicola A.Cunn. ex Benth. New South Wales Flora Online
Westringia eremicola "A View from Yallaroo", NSW
Westringia fruiticosa Rooting Database, University of California, Davis

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