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Melaleuca pulchella Pink Claw Flower

seeds of Melaleuca pulchella Pink Claw Flower. A very common and often dominant shrub grows 8-10 feet in height, growing in low-lying swampy areas. Flowers can often be found on shrubs at most times of the year, particularly after good rainfall. Plants respond to pruning and can be grown as a low hedge or screen. Good container plant. Hardy in zones 8-11. The Claw Flower is commonly grown as a garden specimen, probably due to its unusual flowers, small neat opposite foliage and the hardiness of the shrub to various environments. seeds of Melaleuca pulchella Pink Claw Flower. A very common and often dominant shrub grows 8-10 feet in height, growing in low-lying swampy areas. Flowers can often be found on shrubs at most times of the year, particularly after good rainfall. Plants respond to pruning and can be grown as a low hedge or screen. Good container plant. Hardy in zones 8-11. The Claw Flower is commonly grown as a garden specimen, probably due to its unusual flowers, small neat opposite foliage and the hardiness of the shrub to various environments. seeds of Melaleuca pulchella Pink Claw Flower. A very common and often dominant shrub grows 8-10 feet in height, growing in low-lying swampy areas. Flowers can often be found on shrubs at most times of the year, particularly after good rainfall. Plants respond to pruning and can be grown as a low hedge or screen. Good container plant. Hardy in zones 8-11. The Claw Flower is commonly grown as a garden specimen, probably due to its unusual flowers, small neat opposite foliage and the hardiness of the shrub to various environments.
Melaleuca pulchella Pink Claw Flower

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Seeds from Melaleuca pulchella Pink Claw Flower. A very common and often dominant shrub grows 8-10 feet in height, growing in low-lying swampy areas. Flowers can often be found on shrubs at most times of the year, particularly after good rainfall. Plants respond to pruning and can be grown as a low hedge or screen. Good container plant. Hardy in zones 8-11. The Claw Flower is commonly grown as a garden specimen, probably due to its unusual flowers, small neat opposite foliage and the hardiness of the shrub to various environments.



Melaleuca radula Graceful Hornet myrtle

seeds of Melaleuca radula Graceful Hornet myrtle. A shrub which is native to Western Australia. It ranges between 1-3 feet in height and has purple or pink flowers that appear in winter and spring. In the wild, Melaleuca plants are generally found in open forest, woodland or shrubland, particularly along watercourses and the edges of swamps. The Graceful Honey-myrtle prefers a sunny, well-drained situation. Prune after flowering to keep the plants bushy and blooming heavily. The species are shrubs and trees, often with flaky, exfoliating bark. The leaves are evergreen. Hardy in zones 8-11. seeds of Melaleuca radula Graceful Hornet myrtle. A shrub which is native to Western Australia. It ranges between 1-3 feet in height and has purple or pink flowers that appear in winter and spring. In the wild, Melaleuca plants are generally found in open forest, woodland or shrubland, particularly along watercourses and the edges of swamps. The Graceful Honey-myrtle prefers a sunny, well-drained situation. Prune after flowering to keep the plants bushy and blooming heavily. The species are shrubs and trees, often with flaky, exfoliating bark. The leaves are evergreen. Hardy in zones 8-11.
Melaleuca radula Graceful Hornet myrtle

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Seeds from Melaleuca radula Graceful Hornet myrtle. A shrub which is native to Western Australia. It ranges between 1-3 feet in height and has purple or pink flowers that appear in winter and spring. In the wild, Melaleuca plants are generally found in open forest, woodland or shrubland, particularly along watercourses and the edges of swamps. The Graceful Honey-myrtle prefers a sunny, well-drained situation. Prune after flowering to keep the plants bushy and blooming heavily. The species are shrubs and trees, often with flaky, exfoliating bark. The leaves are evergreen. Hardy in zones 8-11.



Melaleuca Suberosa Cork Bark Honey Myrtle

seeds of Melaleuca Suberosa Cork Bark Honey Myrtle. A most unusual small shrub that flowers profusely along old leafless branches. It seldom reaches a 3 feet in height and is usually half that size, but spreads with several spreading twisted branches with small leaves near their tips, and when not in flower would not attract a second glance. However, when it does flower it undergoes a remarkable transformation by producing a mass of bright pinky/red flowers, which encircle the bare branches below the foliage. Frost resistant but drought tender, prefers acid clays in an open, sunny position. Hardy in zones 9-11. seeds of Melaleuca Suberosa Cork Bark Honey Myrtle. A most unusual small shrub that flowers profusely along old leafless branches. It seldom reaches a 3 feet in height and is usually half that size, but spreads with several spreading twisted branches with small leaves near their tips, and when not in flower would not attract a second glance. However, when it does flower it undergoes a remarkable transformation by producing a mass of bright pinky/red flowers, which encircle the bare branches below the foliage. Frost resistant but drought tender, prefers acid clays in an open, sunny position. Hardy in zones 9-11.
Melaleuca Suberosa Cork Bark Honey Myrtle

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Seeds from Melaleuca Suberosa Cork Bark Honey Myrtle. A most unusual small shrub that flowers profusely along old leafless branches. It seldom reaches a 3 feet in height and is usually half that size, but spreads with several spreading twisted branches with small leaves near their tips, and when not in flower would not attract a second glance. However, when it does flower it undergoes a remarkable transformation by producing a mass of bright pinkyed flowers, which encircle the bare branches below the foliage. Frost resistant but drought tender, prefers acid clays in an open, sunny position. Hardy in zones 9-11.



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