SpecificationsAgonis flexuosa nana is a highly attractive, compact, evergreen shrub that produces willow-like foliage with red new growth. Small white flowers in Spring. A pleasant peppermint smell is emitted when leaves are crushed. Ideal as a rockery shrub, in pots or as a low hedge/screening plant. Thrives in full sun to partly shaded position, in a well drained soil. Requires little maintenance. Agonis flexuosa nana can grow to a height of 3.5m and a width of 4m but depending on conditions this can vary greatly.
Common Name Dwarf Willow Peppermint Plant Type Coastal, Evergreen, Native Australian Plant, Native West Australian Plant, Outdoor, Perennial, Shrub Range No Dimensions 1m high x 1m wide Sunlight Full Sun, Part Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Australian Native Yes Deciduous No Evergreen No Flower Colour White Foliage Colour Green, Red Flowering Season Spring Botanical Genus Agonis Botanical Species flexuosa Flower Type Globular - Spherical Shape Foliage Type Lanceolate - Pointed At Both Ends Width 400 cm Height 350 cm
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