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  • Common Name: Stirling Range Waxflower
  • Genus: Chamelaucium
  • Species: ciliatum
  • Description: Profuse, delicate 1/4" five-petaled flower evolves in color as matures. Graceful, cascading stem. Small, fragrant, needle-like 3/8" leaf. Named after the mountain range in South Western Australia. Showy, snowy appearance. Frost hardy.
  • Water Use: Low - Drought Tolerant
  • Soil Type: Loam to Sandy Mix
  • Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
  • Bloom Color: White, Light Pink, Red
  • Foliage Color: Light Green, Grey
  • Bloom Period: February - April
  • Outdoor Field Size: 3x4
  • Plant Use: Cut Flower, Pot Plant, Landscape
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