Westringia Edna Walling Rosemary
Westringia glabra x linifolia
Attractive but tough plants suitable for screening are in high demand and Westringia Edna Walling Rosemary is perfectly placed to fill the ‘medium height’ niche. Such plants need to be able to bounce back from a bit of ‘rough and tough’ damage in utility areas and still look good. It has a soft dense grey-green habit and violet-lilac butterfly-attracting flowers through mid- year. Does well in cool temperate to sub tropical and semi-arid climates. Likes well drained clay or gravelly loams, neutral to low acid and low alkaline pH, moderately frost tolerant, and suits a near-coastal position too. While Westringia Edna Walling Rosemary may be trimmed to produce a more formal effect, it can be used as a less formal shrub in the general landscape.