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Austromyrtus dulcis Copper Tops Native Hedging Pack

Austromyrtus dulcis Copper Tops is a small tree or shrub native to the central east coast of Australia. Also known as the Midgen Berry, Copper Tops is hardy and visually striking making him the perfect native hedge or feature shrub.

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Description

He gets his name from the copper-tipped new leaf growth but that's not his only outstanding visual feature. This guy will produce small white flowers in spring and summer, as well as edible berries, attracting wildlife to your backyard. 

He can handle coastal soils and likes full sun to part shade spot and pruning will only encourage new coppery dense growth.

 

Please note unfortunately due to biosecurity regulations we cannot ship this product to South Australia.

  • Description
  • He gets his name from the copper-tipped new leaf growth but that's not his only outstanding visual feature. This guy will produce small white flowers in spring and summer, as well as edible berries, attracting wildlife to your backyard. 

    He can handle coastal soils and likes full sun to part shade spot and pruning will only encourage new coppery dense growth.

     

    Please note unfortunately due to biosecurity regulations we cannot ship this product to South Australia.

  • Quick Facts
  • What to use me for: Native gardens, feature shrubs or low hedge 

    I grow to: 1m high, 1.5m wide 

    Where to place me: Full sun to part shade

    How far to space me: 1.5m wide

    My features: Drought tolerant, light frost tolerant, edible fruit, birds and bees attracting, white-cream flowers. 

  • Size
  • Size

  • Growing
  • All the Austromyrtus varieties are great easy care garden plants, and also excellent container plants. The small size of the shrub means they can fit into limited spaces like courtyards and balconies as well as larger gardens.

Description

He gets his name from the copper-tipped new leaf growth but that's not his only outstanding visual feature. This guy will produce small white flowers in spring and summer, as well as edible berries, attracting wildlife to your backyard. 

He can handle coastal soils and likes full sun to part shade spot and pruning will only encourage new coppery dense growth.

 

Please note unfortunately due to biosecurity regulations we cannot ship this product to South Australia.

Quick Facts

What to use me for: Native gardens, feature shrubs or low hedge 

I grow to: 1m high, 1.5m wide 

Where to place me: Full sun to part shade

How far to space me: 1.5m wide

My features: Drought tolerant, light frost tolerant, edible fruit, birds and bees attracting, white-cream flowers. 

Size

Size

Growing

All the Austromyrtus varieties are great easy care garden plants, and also excellent container plants. The small size of the shrub means they can fit into limited spaces like courtyards and balconies as well as larger gardens.

Quick Facts

What to use me for: Native gardens, feature shrubs or low hedge 

I grow to: 1m high, 1.5m wide 

Where to place me: Full sun to part shade

How far to space me: 1.5m wide

My features: Drought tolerant, light frost tolerant, edible fruit, birds and bees attracting, white-cream flowers. 

Size

Size

Growing

All the Austromyrtus varieties are great easy care garden plants, and also excellent container plants. The small size of the shrub means they can fit into limited spaces like courtyards and balconies as well as larger gardens.

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