Conostylus aculeata is a rhizomatous West Australian native with green, strappy, grass-like foliage. Globular yellow flowers appear on long stems during spring. Excellent for mass plantings, native gardens, parklands and roadside plantings. Plant in a full sun position. Aculeata is adaptable to a variety of soil types including sandy soils, gravel, clay and loam. Tolerant of drought and harsh conditions. Conostylus aculeata will grow to a height of 50cm and a width of 50cm.Conostylus aculeata is a rhizomatous West Australian native with green strappy grass-like foliage. Globular yellow flowers appear on long stems during spring. Excellent for mass plantings native gardens parklands and roadside plantings. Plant in a full sun position. Aculeata is adaptable to a variety of soil types including sandy...
|Plant Type||Evergreen / Grasses / Native Australian Plant / Outdoor / Perennial / Revegetation / Shrub / Strappy Leaf|
|Dimensions||50cm high x 50cm wide|
|Sunlight||Full Sun / Part Sun|
|Flower Type||Globular - Spherical Shape|
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