Common Name:
Rosy Paperbark
Botanical Name:
Melaleuca diosmatifolia
Plant size:
20 – 25cm
Pot size:
75mm pot.
Max growth:
Approximately 1.5 – 5m high and 1.5 – 4m wide.
This evergreen shrub is grown for its dense, bushy and decorative bright green foliage. Between spring and Autumn, this Australian Native produces striking, pale mauve bottlebrush shaped flowers
The Rosy Paperbark is a native of Queensland and New South Wales where it prefers light, well-drained soils in an open, sunny position. Perfect as an ornamental, it can be used as a screening plant as well and the flowers attract nectar feeding birds