False Heath Overview
Also known as false heath, the genus Fabiana contains around 15 evergreen shrubs commonly grown for their profuse, heath-like foliage which is reduced to needle-like, overlapping leaves and for their attractive bell to tubular-shaped flowers. Blooms are commonly white, pink or yellow-orange pastel shades. Some species are commonly cultivated in horticulture.
How to propagate False Heath
You can propagate by softwood cuttings in the summer.
Special features of False Heath
Other uses of False Heath
Grown for their foliage and flowers.