Carmichaelia australis
(makaka, native broom)

Details:

Foliage Colour: Green
Height: 200 cm
Width: 100 cm
Growth per Annum: Fast
Climate: Hardy
Sun: Full Sun
Soil: Dry
Category: Shrub
Features: Native. Attractive to birds and insects. Flower colour: White. Suitable restoration species.

An erect bush with tiny inconspicuous leaves and mauve flowers in spring. Stems are flattened. Attractive to bees. Evergreen. Prefers full sun and tolerates dry, windy and cold sites. Hardy.

Habitat: Coastal to montane, on river terraces, stream banks, colluvium, rock outcrops, talus and fan toe slopes, among tussock grassland and grey scrub, on the edge and margins of dense bush, forest, and in swamps.

Flowering: October - February
Fruiting:    November - May [Berries: Red]

Prices

  Each 20 or more 50 or more
2l Pot $8.50 $8.00 $7.50