West Australian Weeping Peppermint
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Commonly known as the West Australian Weeping Peppermint, Agonis flexuosa can be found in many backyards, gardens, landscapes across the state. This medium sized tree produces pendulous green leaves with red new growth providing a stunning contrast. It has a weeping habit and produces masses of small white flowers in spring. Agonis flexuosa is an ideal specimen tree and once mature a very useful shade tree. Agonis flexuosa is also a tough street tree or look stunning mass planted in parklands or along pathways. As the tree ages the trunk takes on a character of it's own and has some interesting creases and bumps. This particular variety prefers full sun, and will thrive on the coast in sandy well drained soils, which makes it suitable to many areas in the south west. Agonis flexuosa is hardy and withstands against drought and dry conditions. Agonis flexuosa is relatively low maintenance. For best results, opt for a slow release native fertiliser and feed during early spring. Agonis flexuosa will most of the time only grow to about 10 metres high, but can sometimes reach 14m and width of 10 metres.Commonly known as the West Australian Weeping Peppermint Agonis flexuosa can be found in many backyards gardens landscapes across the state. This medium sized tree produces pendulous green leaves with red new growth providing a stunning contrast. It has a weeping habit and produces masses of small white flowers...
|Common Name||West Australian Weeping Peppermint|
|Plant Type||Evergreen / Native Australian Plant / Native West Australian Plant / Outdoor / Perennial / Street Tree / Wetlands|
|In highlights list||Yes|
|Dimensions||10m high x 10m wide|
|Flowering Season||Spring / Summer|
|Flower Type||Globular - Spherical Shape|
|Foliage Type||Lanceolate - Pointed At Both Ends|
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