Kunzea ambigua (K. corifolia)


Description:  A variable shrub from 4-9' h x 6-9' wide. Narrow leaves and white, fluffy fragrant flowers in crowded clusters along the stems in spring to summer. Rated as "hardy" and prefers full or part sun and good drainage. Found growing in the Blue Mountains area, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania, this may  prove to be rather frost hardy.

Temperature Rating USDA Zone 8
Type Shrub
Flower Color White
Growth Rate Moderate
Placement Sun
Culture Well drained soils, minimum annual rainfall 20"
Native New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania
Family: Myrtaceae

Key Benefits

bulletAttractive foliage
bulletPink, fragrant flowers
bulletWell drained, sunny position does best

Problem Solving Features

bulletHumidity tolerant, some shade tolerance noted
bulletLow maintenance
bulletLow fertilizer needs
bulletFull sun to part shade

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