Prostanthera nivea induta
Australian natives with minty smelling foliage and an enormous profusion of small flowers, usually in shades of purplish blue or white. These plants require excellent drainage. Although they tend to be short lived, they grow quickly and put on a good show. Prune them carefully; avoid cutting into bare wood or doing any other hard pruning. There are many species available; look for them at specialists’ nurseries or at plant sales held by botanical gardens.Prostanthera nivea induta
Upright, compact form. Grows to 6 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide. Narrow, silvery leaves somewhat longer than 1 in. Produces blue flowers in the spring.
Grows 6 ft. tall, nearly as wide, producing purple-blue flowers in spring.
Dense grower to 3–4 ft. high and wide; becomes sparse and woody with age.Young plants thickly co...
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