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5 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
Australian Rosemary Overview
Westringea 'Grace' is an erect, tender evergreen shrub with a bushy to rounded habit. From late spring through until early autumn, this plant will produce small white to pale blue flowers with speckled throats, above the dark green lance-shaped leaves. Originally from Australia, these tough plants are low maintenance and are tolerant of dry conditions, making them a popular choice to include in frost-free urban and coastal gardens, or Mediterranean planting schemes. It has earned a coveted 'RHS Award of Garden Merit'. Westringia 'Grace' is the preferred selling name for Westringia brevifolia 'Hutrace' and is occasionally listed as Westringia fruticosa 'Grace'.
How to propagate Australian Rosemary
Take softwood cuttings in late summer.
Special features of Australian Rosemary
Can be grown in containers in frost prone areas and moved indoors over winter.