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Chamelaucium is an Australian genus containing around 13 evergreen shrub species from the Myrtaceae family. These plants are also referred to as Waxflower, they are restricted in their location to Western Australia. Grown mainly for their pretty flowers, which are large and showy, with 5 rounded petals, in bright pink most often with white shading on the petals, sometimes patterning and some flowers are mainly white with pink patterning near the petal base.
How to propagate Waxflower
You can propagate by seeds in the spring.
Semi-ripe cuttings in the summer.
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Other uses of Waxflower
Grown for their flowers and overall appearance.